Intracellular delivery of peptide cargos using iron oxide based nanoparticles

Intracellular delivery of peptide cargos using iron oxide based nanoparticles

Studies on antitumor efficacy of a BCL-2 converting peptide, NuBCP-9. Kumar M, Singh G, Sharma S, Gupta D, Bansal V, Arora V, Bhat M, Srivastava SK, Sapra S, Kharbanda S, Dinda AK and S. Harpal. Nanoscale. 2014;6(23):14473-83. [Impact Factor 6.75]

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Dr. Gurpal Singh | UIPS

Qualification: M.Pharm, Ph.D (IIT Delhi) Expertise: My research domains include Cancer Theranostics, Lateral Flow Detection Technology, Nanobiosensor, Nanotechnology and Nanobiotechnology: Conjugation of variegated ligands viz aptamer, peptide, antibodies, folic acid and PNA to various types of Quantum Dots (CdSe/ZnS, CdSe/CdS/ZnS, CdSe/ZnSe/ZnS, CdTe, Graphene and Indium Phosphide) and Arduino Uno based Biosensor for detection of E.coli. Experience: I have been working as UGC Assistant Professor at UIPS Panjab University Chandigarh for 4.5 years. Before joining faculty position he worked at Serum Institute of India, a vaccine manufacturing company, Pune and Jagsonpal Pharmaceuticals, Faridabad as research scientist, 1mg.com as a drug information specialist and Pluss App Gurgaon as a Head, Medical Affair. My current research lab is funded by UGC, DST, ICMR, DFRL (DRDO) and DBT.

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