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Jayanta Chatterjee, Ph.D.
Faculty Scientist 
Indian Institute of Science
Peptide Chemical Biology lab. Molecular Biophysics Unit, IISc
Bangalore - 560 012   
Phone: +91-80-2293-2053
Fax:  +91-80-2360-0535
1. Mukherjee, S., Verma, H. and Chatterjee, J.  Efficient Site-Specific Incorporation of Thioamides into Peptides on a Solid Support. Organic Letters. 2015.  17, 3150-3153. [PubMed]
2. Reither, G., Chatterjee, J., Beullens, M., Bollen, M., Schultz, C. and Kohn, M.  Chemical activators of protein phosphatase-1 induce calcium release inside intact cells. Chemistry & Biology. 2013.  20, 1179-1186. [PubMed]
3. Chatterjee, J. and Kohn, M.  Targeting the untargetable: recent advances in the selective chemical modulation of protein phosphatase-1 activity. Current Opinion in Chemical Biology. 2013.  17, 361-368. [PubMed]
4. Chatterjee, J., Rechenmacher, F. and Kessler, H.  N-methylation of peptides and proteins: an important element for modulating biological functions. Angewandte Chemie. 2013.  52, 254-269. [PubMed]
5. Beck, J. G., Chatterjee, J., Laufer, B., Kiran, M. U., Frank, A. O., Neubauer, S., Ovadia, O., Greenberg, S., Gilon, C., Hoffman, A. and Kessler, H.  Intestinal permeability of cyclic peptides: common key backbone motifs identified. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 2012.  134, 12125-12133. [PubMed]
6. Chatterjee, J., Laufer, B. and Kessler, H.  Synthesis of N-methylated cyclic peptides. Nature Protocols. 2012.  7, 432-444. [PubMed]
7. Chatterjee, J., Beullens, M., Sukackaite, R., Qian, J., Lesage, B., Hart, D. J., Bollen, M. and Kohn, M.  Development of a peptide that selectively activates protein phosphatase-1 in living cells. Angewandte Chemie. 2012.  51, 10054-10059. [PubMed]
8. Chatterjee, J., Laufer, B., Beck, J. G., Helyes, Z., Pinter, E., Szolcsanyi, J., Horvath, A., Mandl, J., Reubi, J. C., Keri, G. and Kessler, H.  N-Methylated sst2 Selective Somatostatin Cyclic Peptide Analogue as a Potent Candidate for Treating Neurogenic Inflammation. ACS Medicinal Chemistry Letters. 2011.  2, 509-514. [PubMed]
9. Kessler, H., Chatterjee, J., Doedens, L., Operrer, F., Biron, E., Hoyer, D., Schmid, H., Gilon, C., Hruby, V. J. and Mierkes, D. F.  New perspective in peptide chemistry by N-alkylation. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. 2009.  611, 229-231. [PubMed]
10. Chatterjee, J., Gilon, C., Hoffman, A. and Kessler, H.  N-methylation of peptides: a new perspective in medicinal chemistry. Accounts of Chemical Research. 2008.  41, 1331-1342. [PubMed]
11. Chatterjee, J., Mierke, D. F. and Kessler, H.  Conformational preference and potential templates of N-methylated cyclic pentaalanine peptides. Chemistry. 2008.  14, 1508-1517. [PubMed]
12. Chatterjee, J., Ovadia, O., Zahn, G., Marinelli, L., Hoffman, A., Gilon, C. and Kessler, H.  Multiple N-methylation by a designed approach enhances receptor selectivity. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry. 2007.  50, 5878-5881. [PubMed]
13. Chatterjee, J., Mierke, D. and Kessler, H.  N-methylated cyclic pentaalanine peptides as template structures. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 2006.  128, 15164-15172. [PubMed]


M.Sc. in Organic Chemistry, University of Pune
  Last modified on : Dec 9, 2015
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