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Natural Products Chemistry

Research

Core Competencies and Activities

  • Asymmetric Synthesis
  • Automation chemistry for High Throughput Synthesis
  • Active participation in OSDD programme through "Center for Open Source Drug Discovery" focusing towards tuberculosis therapeutics
  • Attracted several national and international clients for collaborative projects such as M/s GSK, Colgate-Palmolive, Evolva, GVK-Bio, Zydus-Cadilla, Zenara, Biocon, Bharath Biotech, Cipla, Loreal-India, Saarum Sciences etc.
  • Biocatalysis and Biotransformations
  • Deuterium chemistry
  • Development of new methodologies in C-C and C-X bond forming processes with Green Chemistry approach
  • Development of new adjuvants in vaccine therapy
  • Development of non-infringing process for APIs
  • Development of new chemical entities for CNS disorders through collaborative programme "Indo-French Joint Laboratory for Sustainable Chemistry at Interfaces"
  • Development of new chemical entities for GSK 3 inhibitors, Anti-tobacco therapeutics through collaborative programme "CSIR-Mayo Clinic, US"
  • Isolation of bio-actives from natural sources such as terrestrial plants, marine origin, lichens and microbes
  • Sample management through National Mol Bank, collaborative high through put screening and data management for sharing across participating laboratories
  • Standardization and formulations of herbal products Synthesis of bio-actives and their synthetic analogues with relevance to alth sector inspired by nature

Research Area

  • Hybrid natural products, PEG chemistry, isolation of marine and terrestrial natural products, Green chemistry, bio transformations, synthesis of natural products and their synthetic analogues
  • Synthesis of new chemical entities for prophylactic and therapeutic application to aid human healthcare.
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