Publications Nisar Ahmed


  1. “Efficient Electrosynthesis of Thiazolidin-2-imines via Oxysulfurization of Thiourea-Tethered Terminal Alkenes using the Flow Microreactor”
    Islam, M.; Kariuki, B. M.; Shafiq, Z.; WirthT.; Ahmed, N.Eur. J. Org. Chem.2018, DOI: 10.1002/ejoc.201801688.
  2. “A Green Approach: Vicinal Oxidative Electrochemical Alkene Difunctionalization”
    Martins, G. M.; ShirinfarB.; Hardwick, T.; Ahmed, N.ChemElectroChem,2018, DOI: 10.1002/celc.201801466.
  3. “Synthesis, Designing and Analytical Applications of Nanostructured Ceria Based Materials”
    Naqvi, S.T.R.; Shirinfar, B.; Majeed, S.; Najam-ul-Haq, M.; Hussain, D.; Iqbal, T.; Ahmed. N.Analyst, 2018, 143, 5610 – 5628.
  4. Advances in Electro- and Sono- Microreactors for Chemical Synthesis
    Hardwick, T.; Ahmed, N.*, RSC Advances, 2018, in press.
  5. “Facile Electrochemical Intramolecular Amination of Urea-Tethered Terminal Alkenes for the Synthesis of Cyclic Ureas
    Ahmed, N.*; Khatoon, S. ChemistryOpen, 2018, in press.
  6. Rational Design of “Turn-on” and “Turn-off” Fluorescent Probes for On-site Detection of Carbon Monoxide and Blood Carboxyhemoglobin
    Shi, G.; Yoon, T-S.;  Cha, S.; Yousuf, M.; Ahmed, N.; Kim, D.; Kim, K. S. ACS Sensors, 2018, in press.
  7. Memory of Chirality as a Prominent Pathway for the Synthesis of Natural Products through Chiral Intermediates
    Hardwick, T.; Ahmed, N.*, ChemistryOpen, 2018, in press.
  8. Radical Diazidation of Alkenes: Cu/Fe/Mn Catalysis and Electrochemical Support
    Ahmed, N.*; Khatoon, S.; Shirinfar, B. ChemElectroChem, 2018, in press.
  9. Charged probes: Turn-on selective fluorescence for RNA” Shirinfar, B.; Seema, H.; Ahmed, N.* Org. Biomol. Chem., 201816, 164-168
  10. Chemical Glycosylations for the Synthesis of Building Units of Post-translational modifications “, Shirinfar, B.; Ahmed, N.* Helv. Chim. Acta, 2018, 101, e1700226.
  11. Peptide Bond Formations through Flow Chemistry“, Ahmed, N.* Chem. Biol. Drug Res., 2018, 91,  647–650.
  12. Facile Synthesis of Selective Biomolecule Chemosensor and Fabrication of Its Highly Fluorescent Graphene Complex“, Seema, H.; Shirinfar, B.; Shi, G.; Youn, I. S.; Ahmed, N.* J. Phys. Chem. B, 2017, 121, 5007–5016.
  13. Halides with Fifteen Aliphatic C–H···Anion Interaction Sites”, Shi, G.; Tehrani, Z. A.; Dongwook, K.; Han, M. L.; Cho, W. J.; Youn, I. S.; Yousuf, M.; Ahmed, N.; Shirinfar, B.; Teator, A. J; Lastovickova, D. N.; Rasheed, L.; Myoung, S. L.; Bielawski, C. W.; Kim, K. S. Nature Scientific Reports2016, 6, 30123.
  14. A New Selective “Turn-On” Small Fluorescent Cationic Probe for Recognition of RNA in Cells”, Ahmed, N.*; Shirinfar, B.; Madhav, M. V.; Choi, S-K.; Lee, K-M.; Jeon, W. B.; Park, Y. S.; Nam, H. G. Supramolecular Chemistry2015, 27, 478–483. *Corresponding author.
  15. Desymmetrization of myo-Inositol Derivatives by Lanthanide Catalyzed Phosphitylation with C2-Symmetric Phosphites” Duss, M.; Capolicchio, S.; Linden, A.; Ahmed, N.; Jessen, H. J. Bioorg. Med. Chem. 2015, 23, 2854-2861.
  16. Precise Tuning of Cationic Cyclophanes Towards Highly Selective Fluorogenic Recognition of Specific Bio-phosphate Anions”, Yousuf, M.; Ahmed, N.*; Shirinfar, B.; Miriyala, V.M.; Youn, I. S.; Kim, K.S. Org. Lett.2014, 16, 2150–2153. *Corresponding author.
  17. Phosphate Esters and Anhydrides–Recent Strategies Targeting Nature’s Favoured Modifications”, Jessen, H. J.; Ahmed, N.; Hofer, A.Org. Biomol. Chem.2014, 12, 3526–3530.
  18. Selective fluorescent detection of RNA in living cells by using imidazolium-based cyclophane”, Shirinfar, B.‡; Ahmed, N.‡; Park, Y.S.; Cho, G-S.; Youn, I. S.; Han, J-K.; Nam, H.G.; Kim, K. S.J. Am. Chem. Soc.2013, 135, 90−93. ‡Co-first Authors.
  19. Highly Selective Detection of Guanosine-5´-triphosphate and Iodide by Fluorescent Benzimidazolium-Based Cyclophanes”, Ahmed, N.; Shirinfar, B.; Youn, I. S.; Yousuf, M.; Kim, K.S.Org. Biomol. Chem.2013, 11, 6407–6413.
  20. Solution-processable conductive micro-hydrogels of nanoparticle/graphene platelets produced by reversible self-assembly and aqueous exfoliation” Le, N. H.; Seema, H.; Kemp, K.C.; Ahmed, N.; Park, S.; Kim, K.S.J. Mater. Chem. A,2013, 1, 12900-12908.
  21. A simple pyrene-based highly sensitive turn-on fluorescent chemodosimeter for Hg2+”, Bist, A. Cho, S. J.; Ahmed, N.*J Incl Phenom Macrocycl Chem.2013, 77, 75–81. *Corresponding author.
  22. A highly selective fluorescent chemosensor for guanosine-5′-triphosphate via eximer formation in aqueous solution of physiological pH”, Ahmed, N.; Shirinfar, B.; Youn, I. S.; Bist, A.; Suresh, V.; Kim, K. S.Chem. Commun.2012, 48, 2662–2664.
    Chem. Commun 2012, 48, 2650. Highlighted on “inside cover” of the journal
  23. Fluorogenic ditopic receptor for CH3CO2− and H2PO4− through conformational change”, Ahmed, N.*; Suresh, V.; Shirinfar, B.; Geronimo, I.; Hwang, I.-C.; Bist, A.; Kim, K. S.Org. Biomol. Chem.2012, 10, 2094–2100. Paper in top 10 articles for February 2012.*Corresponding author.
  24. An Imidazolium-Based Fluorescent Cyclophane for the Selective Recognition of Iodide”, Suresh, V.; Ahmed, N.; Youn, I. S.; Kim, K. S.Chem. Asian J.2012, 7, 658–663.
  25. cyclo-Bis(urea-3,6-dichlorocarbazole) as a chromogenic and fluorogenic receptor for anions and a selective sensor of zinc and copper cations”, Ahmed, N.; Geronimo, I.; Hwang, I.-C.; Singh, N. J.; Kim, K. S.Chem. Eur. J.2011, 17. 8542–8548.
  26. Fluorescent Imidazolium-Based Cyclophane for Detection of Guanosine-5′-triphosphate and I– in Aqueous Solution of Physiological pH”, Ahmed, N.; Shirinfar, B.; Geronimo, I.; Kim, K. S.Org. Lett.2011, 13, 5476–5479.
  27. Caragin, a new isoflavone from Caragana conferta”, Khan,R.; Fatima,I.; Ahmed, N.; Malik, A.J. Asian Nat. Prod. Res.2008, 10, 823-825.