Pabudi Weerathunge
Pabudi Weerathunge
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Aptamer-controlled reversible inhibition of gold nanozyme activity for pesticide sensing
P Weerathunge, R Ramanathan, R Shukla, TK Sharma, V Bansal
Analytical chemistry 86 (24), 11937-11941, 2014
1902014
Aptamer-mediated ‘turn-off/turn-on’nanozyme activity of gold nanoparticles for kanamycin detection
TK Sharma, R Ramanathan, P Weerathunge, M Mohammadtaheri, ...
Chemical communications 50 (100), 15856-15859, 2014
1642014
Ambient protection of few‐layer black phosphorus via sequestration of reactive oxygen species
S Walia, S Balendhran, T Ahmed, M Singh, C El‐Badawi, MD Brennan, ...
Advanced Materials 29 (27), 1700152, 2017
922017
Ultrasensitive colorimetric detection of murine norovirus using NanoZyme aptasensor
P Weerathunge, R Ramanathan, VA Torok, K Hodgson, Y Xu, ...
Analytical chemistry 91 (5), 3270-3276, 2019
682019
Visible-light-triggered reactive-oxygen-species-mediated antibacterial activity of peroxidase-mimic CuO nanorods
MN Karim, M Singh, P Weerathunge, P Bian, R Zheng, C Dekiwadia, ...
ACS Applied Nano Materials 1 (4), 1694-1704, 2018
622018
Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) in inland aquatic ecosystems: Perils and remedies through biosensors and bioremediation
BK Behera, A Das, DJ Sarkar, P Weerathunge, PK Parida, BK Das, ...
Environmental pollution 241, 212-233, 2018
492018
Competitive Inhibition of the Enzyme-Mimic Activity of Gd-Based Nanorods toward Highly Specific Colorimetric Sensing of l-Cysteine
M Singh, P Weerathunge, PD Liyanage, E Mayes, R Ramanathan, ...
Langmuir 33 (38), 10006-10015, 2017
432017
Dynamic interactions between peroxidase-mimic silver NanoZymes and chlorpyrifos-specific aptamers enable highly-specific pesticide sensing in river water
P Weerathunge, BK Behera, S Zihara, M Singh, SN Prasad, S Hashmi, ...
Analytica chimica acta 1083, 157-165, 2019
192019
Transferrin-conjugated quasi-cubic SPIONs for cellular receptor profiling and detection of brain cancer
P Weerathunge, D Pooja, M Singh, H Kulhari, ELH Mayes, V Bansal, ...
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 297, 126737, 2019
152019
Nanozyme-based environmental monitoring
P Weerathunge, TK Sharma, R Ramanathan, V Bansal
Advanced Environmental Analysis, 108-132, 2016
102016
Broadband light active MTCNQ-based metal–organic semiconducting hybrids for enhanced redox catalysis
M Mohammadtaheri, R Ramanathan, S Walia, T Ahmed, P Weerathunge, ...
Applied Materials Today 13, 107-115, 2018
92018
Non-invasive detection of glucose in human urine using a color-generating copper NanoZyme
SN Prasad, P Weerathunge, MN Karim, S Anderson, S Hashmi, ...
Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 413 (5), 1279-1291, 2021
42021
L-Cysteine as an Irreversible Inhibitor of the Peroxidase-Mimic Catalytic Activity of 2-Dimensional Ni-Based Nanozymes
PD Liyanage, P Weerathunge, M Singh, V Bansal, R Ramanathan
Nanomaterials 11 (5), 1285, 2021
2021
L-Cysteine as an Irreversible Inhibitor of the Peroxidase-Mimic Catalytic Activity of 2-Dimensional Ni-Based Nanozymes. Nanomaterials 2021, 11, 1285
PD Liyanage, P Weerathunge, M Singh, V Bansal, R Ramanathan
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2021
NanoZymes for colorimetric sensing and beyond
R Ramanathan, V Bansal, P Weerathunge, N Karim, M Singh, ...
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 258, 2019
2019
Ultrasensitive colorimetric detection of murine norovirus using NanoZyme aptasensor. Anal. Chem
P Weerathunge, R Ramanathan, V Torok, K Hodgson, Y Xu, BK Behera, ...
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2019
Biomimetic NanoZyme sensors: From environmental to clinical diagnostics
V Bansal, R Ramanathan, P Weerathunge, N Karim
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 256, 2018
2018
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S Walia, S Balendhran, T Ahmed, M Singh, C El-Badawi, M Brennan, ...
Catalytic enzyme-mimic nanoparticle-based sensors: detection of small molecules to whole cells
P Weerathunge, R Ramanathan, V Bansal
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