Tushar Borase
Tushar Borase
School of Chemical Sciences, Dublin City University
Verified email at
Cited by
Cited by
Stable aqueous dispersions of glycopeptide‐grafted selectably functionalized magnetic nanoparticles
T Borase, T Ninjbadgar, A Kapetanakis, S Roche, R O'Connor, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 52 (11), 3164-3167, 2013
Polypeptide core–shell silica nanoparticles with high grafting density by N-carboxyanhydride (NCA) ring opening polymerization as responsive materials and for bioconjugation
T Borase, M Iacono, SI Ali, PD Thornton, A Heise
Polymer Chemistry 3 (5), 1267-1275, 2012
Hybrid Nanomaterials by Surface Grafting of Synthetic Polypeptides Using N‐Carboxyanhydride (NCA) Polymerization
T Borase, A Heise
Advanced Materials 28 (27), 5725-5731, 2016
Hydrogels from amphiphilic star block copolypeptides
R Murphy, T Borase, C Payne, J O'Dwyer, SA Cryan, A Heise
RSC advances 6 (28), 23370-23376, 2016
Glyco-copolypeptide grafted magnetic nanoparticles: the interplay between particle dispersion and RNA loading
T Borase, EK Fox, F El Haddassi, SA Cryan, DF Brougham, A Heise
Polymer Chemistry 7 (19), 3221-3224, 2016
Surface initiated N-carboxyanhydride ring-opening polymerization: Designing nanohybrids for biomedical applications
T Borase
Dublin City University, 2014
Stimuli responsive peptide grafted silica nanoparticles by n-carboxyanhydride ring opening polymerization
T Borase, M Icono, SI Ali, A Heise
European Conference on Biomaterials 2011, 2011
Polymer Chemistry c6py00250a
T Borase, EK Fox, SA Cryan, DF Brougham, A Heise
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–8