Vishal Rai

Organic Chemistry & Chemical Biology

  • Designation : Associate Professor
  • Phone : +91 755 269 1339
  • Email : vrai@iiserb.ac.in

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Academic Details

Ph.D.: Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India, 2003-2008 (Supervisor: Prof. I. N. N. Namboothiri)

M.Sc.: Banaras Hindu University, India, 2001-2003

B.Sc.: Banaras Hindu University, India, 1998-2001


Awards and Fellowships

DAE Young Scientist Award, DAE-BRNS, India 2012.

Young Scientist Award by RSC-WIS, India 2012.

Awarded Ramanujan fellowship, DST, India 2011.

Awarded MITACS Elevate postdoctoral fellowship, MITACS, Canada 2011.

Awarded Senior Research fellowship, CSIR, India 2005-2008.

Awarded Junior Research fellowship, CSIR, India 2003-2005.

Qualified Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering, 2003.

Profile Details

Authors Title of Article Journal Year
Pralhad N Joshi
Vishal Rai
Single-site labeling of histidine in proteins, on-demand reversibility, and traceless metal-free protein purification
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Chemical Communications 2019
R. K. Mishra
N. Kalra
R. Paul
P. Tripathi
U. Singh
D. G. Rawale
S. R. Adusumalli
S. Shukla
Vishal Rai
Single-site labeling of native proteins enabled by a chemoselective and site-selective chemical technology
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Journal of the American Chemical Society 2018
D. G. Rawale
S. R. Adusumalli
Vishal Rai
Aldehyde can switch chemoselectivity of electrophiles in the protein labeling
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Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry 2018
Sanjeev Shukla
Neetu Kalra
Maheshwerreddy Chilamari
Vishal Rai
Single-site labeling of lysine in proteins through a metal-free multicomponent approach
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Chemical Communications 2018
Maheshwerreddy Chilamari
Landa Purushottam
Vishal Rai
Chemoselective and site-selective peptide and native protein modification enabled by aldehyde auto-oxidation
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Chemical Communications 2017
Landa Purushottam
Maheshwerreddy Chilamari
Vishal Rai
Site-selective labeling of native proteins by a multicomponent approach
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Chemistry - A European Journal 2017

Vishal Rai
Pralhad Namdev Joshi
Landa Purushottam
Nirmal K Das
Saptarshi Mukherjee
Protein self-assembly induces promiscuous nucleophilic biocatalysis in Morita-Baylis-Hillman (MBH) reaction
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RSC Advances 2016
Rohith Singudas
Srinivasa Rao Adusumalli
Pralhad Namdev Joshi

A Phthalimidation Protocol That Follows Protein Defined Parameters
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Chemical Communications 2015
Benjamin Rotstein
Small Heterocycles in Multicomponent Reactions
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Chemical Reviews 2014