Dr. Kiran Patil

Postdoc

Career

  • Since August 2017: Postdoctoral Research Fellow in our group
  • 2014 -- 2017: Postdoc at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
  • 2008 -- 2014: PhD at CSIR-NCL, Pune (MH), India
  • 2004 -- 2006: M.Sc. at Dr. Bamu, Aurangabad (MH), India

Bibliography

2018

  • Dnyaneshwar Rasale, Kiran Patil, Basilius Sauter, Stefanie Geigle, Saule Zhanybekova and Dennis G. Gillingham, «A new water soluble copper N-heterocyclic carbene complex delivers mild O6G-selective RNA alkylation», Chemical Communications 2018. doi:10.1039/C8CC04476G.

2016

  • Manika Vij, Poornemaa Natarajan, Amit Yadav, Kiran Patil, Tanuja Pandey, Nidhi Gupta, Deenan Santhiya, Archana Singh, Vaijayanti Kumar, Moneesha Fernandes and Munia Ganguli, «Efficient Cellular Entry of (r-x-r)-Type Carbamate–Plasmid DNA Complexes and Its Implication for Noninvasive Topical DNA Delivery to Skin», Mol. Pharmaceutics 2016, 13, 1779─1790. doi:10.1021/acs.molpharmaceut.5b00915.

  • Desiree-Faye Kaixin Toh, Gitali Devi, Kiran Patil, Qiuyu Qu, Manikantha Maraswami, Yunyun Xiao, Loh Teck Peng, Zhao Yanli and Gang Chen, «Incorporating a guanidine-modified cytosine base into triplex-forming PNAs for the recognition of a C-G pyrimidine-purine inversion site of an RNA duplex», Nucleic Acids Res. 2016, 44, 9071─9082. doi:10.1093/nar/gkw778.

2014

  • Kiran Patil, Rangeetha J. Naik, Manika Vij, Amit K. Yadav, Vaijayanti A. Kumar, Munia Ganguli and Moneesha Fernandes, «Second generation, arginine-rich (R–X′–R)4-type cell-penetrating α–ω–α-peptides with constrained, chiral ω-amino acids (X′) for enhanced cargo delivery into cells», Bio. Med. Chem. Lett. 2014, 24, 4198─4202. doi:10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.07.040.

2012

  • Kiran Patil, Rangeetha J. Naik, Moneesha Fernandes, Munia Ganguli and Vaijayanti A. Kumar, «Highly Efficient (R-X-R)-Type Carbamates as Molecular Transporters for Cellular Delivery», Journal of the American Chemical Society 2012, 134, 17, 7196─7199. doi:10.1021/ja210026m.

Contact

Fon: +41 (0)61 207 10 48

Location: Lab 210

Department of Chemistry, University of Basel St. Johanns-Ring 19 CH-4056 Basel Switzerland