Pulak Bhushan
Pulak Bhushan
Research scholar (Ph.D)
Verified email at fiu.edu
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Facile synthesis of Au@ Ag–hemin decorated reduced graphene oxide sheets: a novel peroxidase mimetic for ultrasensitive colorimetric detection of hydrogen peroxide and glucose
S Kumar, P Bhushan, S Bhattacharya
RSC Advances 7 (60), 37568-37577, 2017
292017
Development of a paper-based analytical device for colorimetric detection of uric acid using gold nanoparticles–graphene oxide (AuNPs–GO) conjugates
S Kumar, P Bhushan, S Bhattacharya
Analytical Methods 8 (38), 6965-6973, 2016
282016
Tapered lateral flow immunoassay based point-of-care diagnostic device for ultrasensitive colorimetric detection of dengue NS1
S Kumar, P Bhushan, V Krishna, S Bhattacharya
Biomicrofluidics 12 (3), 034104, 2018
252018
Double negative acoustic metastructure for attenuation of acoustic emissions
S Kumar, P Bhushan, O Prakash, S Bhattacharya
Applied Physics Letters 112 (10), 101905, 2018
172018
Fabrication of Nanostructures with Bottom-up Approach and Their Utility in Diagnostics, Therapeutics, and Others
S Kumar, P Bhushan, S Bhattacharya
Environmental, Chemical and Medical Sensors, 167-198, 2018
152018
Additive manufacturing as an emerging technology for fabrication of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS)
S Kumar, P Bhushan, M Pandey, S Bhattacharya
Journal of Micromanufacturing 2 (2), 175-197, 2019
142019
Biosensor for Monitoring Uric Acid in Wound and Its Proximity: A Potential Wound Diagnostic Tool
P Bhushan, Y Umasankar, S RoyChoudhury, PA Hirt, FE MacQuhaec, ...
Journal of The Electrochemical Society 166 (10), B830-B836, 2019
62019
Positively Charged Silver Nanoparticles as Labels for Paper-Based Colorimetric Detection of Heparin
S Kumar, P Bhushan, S Bhattacharya
International Conference for Innovation in Biomedical Engineering and Life …, 2017
62017
Diagnosis of communicable diseases using paper micro-fluidic platforms
S Kumar, P Bhushan, S Bhattacharya
Point-of-care diagnostics—new progresses and perspectives. IAPC Open Book …, 2016
62016
Microfluidics Overview
G Bhatt, S Kumar, P Sundriyal, P Bhushan, A Basu, J Singh, ...
Microfluidics for Biologists, 33-83, 2016
52016
Coatings on Surgical Tools and How to Promote Adhesion of Bio-Friendly Coatings on Their Surfaces
S Kumar, P Bhushan, S Bhattacharya
Adhesion in Pharmaceutical, Biomedical and Dental Fields, 207, 2017
32017
Towards a Long-Term Multi-Site Electrochemical Wound Monitoring System
T Songkakul, P Bhushan, Y Umasankar, M Yokus, MA Daniele, ...
2019 IEEE SENSORS, 1-4, 2019
22019
Toxicity assessment of wearable wound sensor constituents on keratinocytes
P Bhushan, Y Umasankar, JD Hutcheson, S Bhansali
Toxicology in Vitro 58, 170-177, 2019
22019
Nanocomposite Bienzymatic Sensor for Monitoring Xanthine in Wound Diagnostics
S RoyChoudhury, Y Umasankar, P Bhushan, PA Hirt, FE MacQuhae, ...
Journal of The Electrochemical Society 166 (9), B3295, 2019
22019
Fluid Transport Mechanisms in Paper-Based Microfluidic Devices
S Kumar, P Bhushan, S Bhattacharya
Paper Microfluidics, 7-28, 2019
22019
Ultrathin Ashoka Chakra like acoustic metastructure as a sound absorber
S Kumar, P Bhushan, S Bhattacharya
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 143 (3), 1714-1714, 2018
22018
Investigation of structure–mechanical property relationship in fused filament fabrication of the polymer composites
S Kumar, P Bhushan, N Sinha, O Prakash, S Bhattacharya
Journal of Micromanufacturing 2 (2), 167-174, 2019
12019
A Historical Perspective on Paper Microfluidic Based Point-of-Care Diagnostics
S Kumar, P Bhushan, AK Agarwal, S Bhattacharya
Paper Microfluidics, 1-5, 2019
12019
Multimodal Enzymatic Sensing for Continuous Wound Monitoring
S RoyChoudhury, P Bhushan, Y Umasankar, PA Hirt, HA Lev-Tov, ...
ECS Transactions 88 (1), 419-426, 2018
12018
Sound absorption through PDMS-based flexible perforated plate backed by a dual layer cavity
S Kumar, P Bhushan, S Bhattacharya
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 144 (3), 1847-1847, 2018
12018
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