Sivakoti Sangabathuni

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Multivalent glycodendrimers make promising tools to tackle the basic and translational research in the field of carbohydrate-mediated interactions. Despite advances in glycodendrimers and glycopolymers, the multivalent probes available to date are still far from being ideal biological mimics. This work demonstrates the inherent chirality of glycodendrimers(More)
The multivalent display of carbohydrates on the cell surface provides cooperative binding to improve the specific biological events. In addition to multivalency, the spatial arrangement and orientation of sugars with respect to external stimuli also trigger carbohydrate-protein interactions. Herein, we report a non-covalent host-guest strategy to immobilize(More)
Achieving selective and sensitive carbohydrate-protein interactions (CPIs) using nanotechnology is an intriguing area of research. Here we demonstrate that the different shapes of gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) functionalized with monosaccharides tune the bacterial aggregations. The mechanism of aggregation revealed that the large number of surface interactions(More)
Polysialic acid (PSA) is one of the most abundant glycopolymer present in embryonic brain, and it is known to be involved in key roles such as plasticity in the central nervous system, cell adhesion, migration and localization of neurotrophins. However, in adult brain, its expression is quite low. The exception to this is in Alzheimer's disease (AD) brain,(More)
To investigate the effects of the heterogeneity and shape of glyco-nanoprobes on carbohydrate-protein interactions (CPIs), α-d-mannose- and β-d-galactose-linked homo- and heterogeneous glycodendrons were synthesized and immobilized on spherical and rod-shaped gold nanoparticles (AuNPs). Lectin and bacterial binding studies of these glyco-AuNPs clearly(More)
Correction for 'Supramolecular metalloglycodendrimers selectively modulate lectin binding and delivery of Ru(ii) complexes into mammalian cells' by Harikrishna Bavireddi, et al., Org. Biomol. Chem., 2016, DOI: 10.1039/c6ob01546h.
The constructs and study of combinatorial libraries of structurally defined homologs extracellular matrix (ECM) glycopeptides can significantly accelerate the identification of cell surface markers involved in a variety of physiological and pathological processes. Herein, we present a simple and reliable host-guest approach to design high-throughput(More)
Glyconanotechnology offers a broad range of applications across basic and translation research. Despite the tremendous progress in glyco-nanomaterials, there is still a huge gap between the basic research and therapeutic applications of these molecules. It has been reported that complexity and the synthetic challenges in glycans synthesis, the cost of the(More)
Advances in shape-dependent nanoparticle (NP) research have prompted a close scrutiny of the behaviour of nanostructures in vitro and in vivo. Data pertaining to cellular uptake and site specific sequestration of different shapes of NPs will undoubtedly assist researchers to design better nano-probes for therapeutic and imaging purposes. Herein, we(More)
A host-guest interaction between Ru(ii)-complexes and sugar-capped β-cyclodextrin was employed to synthesize metalloglycodendrimers. These glycodendrimers demonstrated selective carbohydrate-protein interactions and controlled the delivery of the Ru(ii) complexes into cancer cells, which may facilitate cell-specific apoptosis. Lectin binding assay revealed(More)
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