Neel Joshi
Neel Joshi
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N‐terminal protein modification through a biomimetic transamination reaction
JM Gilmore, RA Scheck, AP Esser‐Kahn, NS Joshi, MB Francis
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 45 (32), 5307-5311, 2006
3492006
A three-component Mannich-type reaction for selective tyrosine bioconjugation
NS Joshi, LR Whitaker, MB Francis
Journal of the American Chemical Society 126 (49), 15942-15943, 2004
3412004
Portable, on-demand biomolecular manufacturing
K Pardee, S Slomovic, PQ Nguyen, JW Lee, N Donghia, D Burrill, ...
Cell 167 (1), 248-259. e12, 2016
2012016
Programmable biofilm-based materials from engineered curli nanofibres
PQ Nguyen, Z Botyanszki, PKR Tay, NS Joshi
Nature communications 5 (1), 1-10, 2014
1952014
Wiley Encyclopedia of Chemical Biology, Volume 2
TP Begley
Wiley-Blackwell, 2009
183*2009
Versatile click alginate hydrogels crosslinked via tetrazine–norbornene chemistry
RM Desai, ST Koshy, SA Hilderbrand, DJ Mooney, NS Joshi
Biomaterials 50, 30-37, 2015
1782015
Engineered living materials: prospects and challenges for using biological systems to direct the assembly of smart materials
PQ Nguyen, NMD Courchesne, A Duraj‐Thatte, P Praveschotinunt, ...
Advanced Materials 30 (19), 1704847, 2018
1282018
Contrast enhanced computed tomography can predict the glycosaminoglycan content and biomechanical properties of articular cartilage
PN Bansal, NS Joshi, V Entezari, MW Grinstaff, BD Snyder
Osteoarthritis and cartilage 18 (2), 184-191, 2010
1182010
Cationic contrast agents improve quantification of glycosaminoglycan (GAG) content by contrast enhanced CT imaging of cartilage
PN Bansal, NS Joshi, V Entezari, BC Malone, RC Stewart, BD Snyder, ...
Journal of Orthopaedic Research 29 (5), 704-709, 2011
1152011
Effect of contrast agent charge on visualization of articular cartilage using computed tomography: exploiting electrostatic interactions for improved sensitivity
NS Joshi, PN Bansal, RC Stewart, BD Snyder, MW Grinstaff
Journal of the American Chemical Society 131 (37), 13234-13235, 2009
1042009
Light-driven fine chemical production in yeast biohybrids
J Guo, M Suástegui, KK Sakimoto, VM Moody, G Xiao, DG Nocera, ...
Science 362 (6416), 813-816, 2018
972018
Engineered catalytic biofilms: Site‐specific enzyme immobilization onto E. coli curli nanofibers
Z Botyanszki, PKR Tay, PQ Nguyen, MG Nussbaumer, NS Joshi
Biotechnology and bioengineering 112 (10), 2016-2024, 2015
942015
Applications of dendrimers in tissue engineering
N Joshi, M Grinstaff
Current topics in medicinal chemistry 8 (14), 1225-1236, 2008
852008
Click‐Crosslinked Injectable Gelatin Hydrogels
ST Koshy, RM Desai, P Joly, J Li, RK Bagrodia, SA Lewin, NS Joshi, ...
Advanced healthcare materials 5 (5), 541-547, 2016
812016
Characterization of a three-component coupling reaction on proteins by isotopic labeling and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
JM McFarland, NS Joshi, MB Francis
Journal of the American Chemical Society 130 (24), 7639-7644, 2008
802008
Hydrogels for osteochondral repair based on photocrosslinkable carbamate dendrimers
L Degoricija, PN Bansal, SHM Söntjens, NS Joshi, M Takahashi, ...
Biomacromolecules 9 (10), 2863-2872, 2008
692008
Hydrogels for osteochondral repair based on photocrosslinkable carbamate dendrimers
L Degoricija, PN Bansal, SHM Söntjens, NS Joshi, M Takahashi, ...
Biomacromolecules 9 (10), 2863-2872, 2008
692008
Scalable production of genetically engineered nanofibrous macroscopic materials via filtration
NM Dorval Courchesne, A Duraj-Thatte, PKR Tay, PQ Nguyen, NS Joshi
ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering 3 (5), 733-741, 2017
462017
A synthetic circuit for mercury bioremediation using self-assembling functional amyloids
PKR Tay, PQ Nguyen, NS Joshi
ACS synthetic biology 6 (10), 1841-1850, 2017
452017
Structural, Nanomechanical, and Computational Characterization of d,l-Cyclic Peptide Assemblies
DJ Rubin, S Amini, F Zhou, H Su, A Miserez, NS Joshi
ACS nano 9 (3), 3360-3368, 2015
302015
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