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29th Carbohydrate Conference:


CARBOXXIX

on Carbohydrates-ChemBio Innovations for Bioproducts


being organized by
Center of Innovative & Applied Bioprocessing (CIAB)
In association with
Association of Carbohydrate Chemists & Technologists, India (ACCTI)
during December 29-31, 2014
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CIAB, Mohali

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DABCOMediated Regioselective Primary Hydroxyl


Protection of Carbohydrates
Bhart K. Gadakh, Premanand R. Patil and K. P. Ravindranathan Kartha*
Department of Medicinal Chemistry, National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and
Research,
Sector 67, S.A.S. Nagar, Punjab-160062, India
Selective protection of the primary hydroxyl group in hexosides and nucleosides by bulky
acid-labile group like Trityl (Tr) is very widely applied in synthetic oligosaccharide and nucleoside chemistry. The conventional procedure involves use of environmentally unfriendly
solvents such as pyridine, DMF, etc. besides expensive catalysts/reagents such as DMAP
and triethylamine, N-trityl pyridinumfluoroborate and 2,4,6-tri-tert-butylpyridinium perchlorate.1-4 As a cheaper and environmentally friendlier alternative herein we report a simple, efficient procedure for the regioselective tritylation of primary hydroxyl of carbohydrates using trityl chloride in the presence of DABCO in dichloromethane (DCM). Thus,
when a glycoside substrate (for example, 1, Scheme 1) is reacted with trityl chloride (2 mol
equiv) in the presence of DABCO (2.0 mol equiv), regioselectively protected trityl ether
(for example 2 from 1, Scheme 1) was obtained in excellent yield. In addition, continuation
of the reaction in the presence of added Ac2O and catalytic DMAP led to the successful
acetylation of the remaining OH groups of the sugar. This one-pot two-step procedure will
be further discussed in the presentation to elucidate its wider applicability.

Presents

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the 29 Carbohydrate Conference

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CARBO-XXIX

Dr. R. S. Sangwan, Organizing Secretary, CARBO-XXIX


Center of Innovative and Applied Bioprocessing (CIAB)
C-127, Phase-VIII, Industrial Area, SAS Nagar, Mohali-160071, Punjab, INDIA
Phone: 0172-4990232; Fax: 0172-4990204, E-mail address: carbo29@ciab.res.in or
ciab.carbo29@gmail.com; Websites: www.bpu.res.in or www.ciab.res.in

Note: DD/Multi-City cheque should be drawn in favor of: Center of Innovative


and Applied Bioprocessing, as payable at SAS Nagar (Mohali)

December 29-31, 2014


on

ChemBio Innovations for Bioproducts


jointly with
Association of Carbohydrate Chemists &
Technologists (India), ACCT(I)

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(Scheme/Figure, if any)
References:
1. Example for reference to a book: Greene, T. W., Protective Groups in Organic Chemistry,
John Wiley & Sons: New York, pp. 34-36, 1980.
2. Example for reference to a Journal: Chaudhary, S. K and Hernandez O., Tetrahedron
Lett., 20, 95-98, 1979.
3. Hanessian, S., Staub, A. P. A., Tetrahedron Lett, 14, 3555-3558, 1973.
4. Wozney, Y. V., Kochetkov, N. K., Carbohydr. Res., 54, 300-303, 1977.
Note: Abstr act (including the Figure/Scheme and the references, if any) must not exceed an A4 page in length!

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Center of Innovative and Applied Bioprocessing

(A National Institute under DBT, Govt. of India)


C-127, Phase-8, Industrial Area, S.A.S. Nagar (Mohali)-160071,
Punjab, India Phone: 0172-4990232,
Fax: 0172-4990204
Website: www.ciab.res.in, www.bpu.res.in
Rock Garden
Rose Garden
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Welcome to the 29th Carbohydrate Conference:


CARBO-XXIX
Carbohydrates as predominant metabolic targets, transient or enduring storage
nutrients, structural and functional bioorganic constituents, etc. constitute a common
feature across the three kingdoms of life: microbes, plants and animals, and it could
not have been a mere accident! Such commonalities are not only of immense
significance in learning lifes various processes but are also opportunities for
expanding the diversity of uses of carbohydrates. Indeed, it may be possible to
perceive philo-sophically that metabolic network of lifes processes originate with
carbohydrates, or-ganizes through carbohydrates, diversifies with carbohydrates (for
multiple cellular/systems functions and processes) and are greatly governed
(functionally, physiologi-cally, etc.) via carbohydrates.
Apart from forming a subject matter for investigation for gathering information on their
role in lifes processes, carbohydrates have continued to offer, since antiquity, growing
opportunities for their use/practical applications. This trail of knowledge-translation for
beneficial applications, began from food, fibre and fuel and after traversing through
various industrial products such as paper and medicine has reached the field of biocomposites, smart materials, etc. Exploring and realizing these paths of opportunities
have been facilitated by develop-ment of processes and technologies built around
carbohydrates. These technologies may have originated from work rooted in chemistry
but had better impact on integration with biological and engineering approaches from
one or more perspectives. Thus, the chemistry and technology of carbohydrates can be
seen as an interesting platform for amalgamation of sciences.
Therefore, we cordially invite you to CARBO-XXIX to catalyze and promote this
inter-disciplinary scientific arena of carbohydrates by your esteemed participation in
this forth coming Carbohydrate Conference (29th in the Series): CARBO-XXIX.
Through this event, we seek your support and intellectual views on/inputs to the theme
ChemBio Innovations for Bioproducts at the conference.We wish to enrich the
scientific colloquium through your participation and sharing of views on experienced as
well as young talent presentations on the subject.
- Organizing Committee, CARBO-XXIX
E-mail address: ciab.carbo29@gmail.com, carbo29@ciab.res.in

About the Conference


Center of Innovative and Applied Bioprocessing (CIAB) has the privilege and pleasure of
extending a warm invitation to you to participate in CARBO-XXIX. CIAB is organizing
this conference in association with the Association of Carbohydrate Chemists and Technologists (India).
The prime objective of the conference is to learn from each other on the
science and applications of carbohydrates and to deliberate on potential novel approaches
and technologies that could be sustainable and simple, and economically feasible, to harvest the benefits from.
The conference would comprise the following sessions:
Innovative Chemistry of Carbohydrates: Natural & Synthetic
Synthesis and Applications of Carbohydrate Conjugates
Structural & Functional Diversity of Carbohydrates
Glyco-Pharmacology & Glyco-Therapeutics
Carbohydrate-based Foods, Nutraceuticals & Other Materials
Consolidated Processing of Carbohydrate-Rich Bioresources
Biosynthetic Carbohydrates: Process & Technology
Carbohydrate-Linked Industries: Status and Scopes

knowledge/processes/technologies and the potential range, value and volume of tangible


translational products of value that may be obtained in a contemporary manner. Further, innovative thoughts and ideas may create or catalyze anticipation of newer products and/or
catalyze newer avenues of their applications. It intends to attend the need of mission of

projecting, probing and pursuing these leads/opportunities towards potential pragmatic


applications that may actually emanate from them in an institutional mode. Thus, the
institute envisions to make an impact on different facets of agri-produce or bio-produce
through processing as a 'Secondary Agriculture Initiative for Value Added Products (SAIVAP). Accordingly, CIAB has its vision statement as:
To be a lead research & innovation organization testing and translating compositional
knowledge and leads of bioresources for their productive processing and value additive primary and secondary agriculture bioproducts for edible and non-edible usage
You are welcome to visit us virtually at http://www.ciab.res.in or http://www.bpu.res.in and/
or in person to interact or to explore joining us scientifically/professionally or associating
with us in the way it fits or interests you to serve the cause of the above mission of SAIVAP. Your participation in the conference could be a good beginning to concomitant activities further.
- Dr. R.S. Sangwan, Founder CEO, CIAB; ceo@ciab.res.in

About Mohali
Mohali is a rapidly growing town just across the road to Chandigarh, the City Beautiful. In
fact, Mohali (Punjab), Chandigarh (Union Territory) and Panchkula (Haryana) are not only
geographically next to each other but are also scenically so similar that one does not feel
any discontinuity in the beauty, openness, system and facilities while driving through. It is
no wonder therefore, they are together referred to as the Tricity. Mohali, after its fame for
the global cricket competition venue (Mohali Cricket Stadium) is acquiring many new fame
points. For scientists, academicians, scholars and students it is a cluster of national institutions of learning, research, technology and business, etc. These include IISER, ISB, INST,
NABI, CIAB, NIPER, IMTECH, PGIMER, PBTI and the Biotech Park. The togetherness of
these institutions of higher learning is reflected in the formation of a common platform
under the umbrella of Chandigarh Region Institutions Knowledge Cluster (CRIKC) that also includes some of the other pride institutions of the region such as Panjab University,
CSIO, PEC, NIITR, TBRL, GMCH and IIT Ropar.
Mohali and its surroundings offer an excellent and exciting tour and entertainment opportunity of life time memory. To mention a few, besides the best shopping experience, are the
Rock Garden, Rose Garden, Sukhna Lake, Morni Hills, Pinjore Garden and the Golden
Temple at Amritsar. For hill tourism, Shimla, Kasauli and Kufri are close by.

Accommodation

Center of Innovative and Applied Bioprocessing (CIAB): CIAB, an autonomous national institute under the Department of Biotechnology (Govt. of India), took birth in the
name of 'Bioprocessing Unit' in 2012 as a member organization of Knowledge City
(Mohali). The institute is currently operational from its interim premises at: C-127, Phase-8,
Industrial Area, S.A.S. Nagar (Mohali)-160071. Its permanent campus is being built in the
Knowledge City Sector of Mohali. The current nomenclature of the institute as Center of
Innovative and Applied Bioprocessing was approved by the Union Cabinet in 2013.
This institute aims to narrow the wide gap between the laboratory-bench R&D leads of
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Advisory committee: (to be updated shortly)

Association of Carbohydrate Chemists and Technologists, India (ACCTI): ACCTI is a


scientific body consisting of academicians, scientists, technologists and industrialists actively engaged/interested in carbohydrate research in the country. ACCTII in association with
research institutes and universities has been organizing Carbohydrate Conferences (the
CARBO-series). The forthcoming 29th Carbohydrate conference (CARBO-XXIX) in this
series is being organized in association with Center of Innovative and Applied Bioprocessing (CIAB), Mohali. For details of the domains of activities of ACCTI, please visit:
www.accti.in or www.trendscarbo.com or contact - Professor K.P. Ravindranathan Kartha
(President) & Professor Ashok K. Prasad (Hon. Secretary).

How to Reach Mohali: Mohali is well connected by rail, road and air. This connectivity is
largely served through Chandigarh (from New Delhi). Besides the rail and air connectivity
through Delhi (about 250 km), some direct trains and air services from Chandigarh Railway
Station (about 20 km from CIAB, Mohali) and Chandigarh Airport (about 30 km from
CIAB, Mohali) are also available.
Weather: December end is winter season in this region and the weather conditions are similar to those in Delhi during these days. Expected minimum and maximum temperatures are
8 C and 15 C, respectively. Sufficient warm clothing is recommended.

About the Organizers

The request for registration should be submitted in the form provided herewith or by e-mail
in the same format. The Registration Form can also be downloaded from the website:
www.ciab.res.in, www.bpu.res.in or www.accti.in.
Registration Fee: The applicable registration fee (as given below) has to be paid in the
form of an A/C Payee Demand Draft or Multi-City Cheque in the name of Center of Innovative and Applied Bioprocessing, payable at Mohali. Abstract not accompanied by payment
of registration fee may not be accepted. However, abstract/presentation is not necessary for
the conference registration (and hence participation).
Registration Fee
Faculty/Staff of University/R&D Institute/Industry
Registration until November 30, 2014
:
5000
Registration after November 30, 2014
:
6000
Students
Registration until November 30, 2014
:
2500
Registration after November 30, 2014
:
3000
Accompanying Person
:
2000
Foreign Delegates
:
$200

Chandigarh is one of the best places to have an excellent hotel stay experience and a variety
of hotels to suit to the visitors plans, budget and liking are available. Limited accommodation in guest houses would be attempted on applicable charge-basis, subject to their availability. As per availability, this would be served on the first come, first served basis. Twinsharing of the guest house facility is also an option open to us.

Registration
The registration fee for the conference will cover the cost of conference material, attendance
of the lectures/discussion, tea/coffee and food during the conference.

Local Organizing Committee


Dr. R. S. Sangwan, CIAB
Dr. K. P. Ravindranathan Kartha,
NIPER Dr. Koushik Mazumder, NABI
Dr. Sasikumar Elumalai, CIAB
Dr. Nitin Kumar Singhal, NABI
Dr. Siddharth Tiwari, NABI
Ms. Pankaj Preet Sandhu, CIAB
Dr. Santosh Kumar Upadhyay, NABI
Sh. Umesh Singh, CIAB
Dr. Sudhir Pratap Singh, NABI
Sh. Balwan Singh, CIAB
Dr. Shailesh Sharma, NABI
Sh. Virendra K. Banerjee, CIAB
Sh. Suneet Verma, CIAB
Sh. Hardip Singh, CIAB
Sh. Vishal Kumar, CIAB
Ms. Hema Rawat, CIAB
Sh. Aman Sethi, CIAB
Sh. Mansa Ram, CIAB
Sh. Sabir Ali, CIAB
Sh. Arun Kumar, CIAB

Sh. Sukhjinder Singh, CIAB Er.


Jaspreet Singh, CIAB
Er. SushantVatsa, CIAB
Sh. Santosh Kumar Giri, NIPER
To be expanded

Welcome to the 29th Carbohydrate Conference:


CARBO-XXIX
Carbohydrates as predominant metabolic tar gets, tr ansient or endur ing stor age
nutrients, structural and functional bioorganic constituents, etc. constitute a common
feature across the three kingdoms of life: microbes, plants and animals, and could not
have been a mere accident! Such commonalities are not only of immense aid in the
process of learning lifes various processes but are also opportunities for expanding
the diversity of uses of carbohydrates. Indeed, it may be possible to perceive philosophically that metabolic network of lifes processes originate with carbohydrates, organizes through carbohydrates, diversifies with carbohydrates (for multiple cellular/
systems functions and processes) and are greatly governed (functionally, physiologically, etc.) via carbohydrates.
Apart from forming a subject matter for investigation for gathering information on
their role in lifes processes, carbohydrates have continued to offer, since antiquity,
growing opportunities for their use/practical applications. This trail of knowledgetranslation for beneficial applications, began from food, fibre and fuel and traversing
through various industrial products such as paper and medicine has reached the field
of bio-composites, smart materials, etc.
Exploring and realizing these paths of opportunities have been facilitated by development of processes and technologies built around carbohydrates. These technologies
may have originated from work rooted in chemistry but on integration with biological
and engineering approaches from one or more perspectives. Thus, the chemistry and
technology of carbohydrates can be seen as an interesting platform for amalgamation
of sciences.
Therefore, we cordially invite you to CARBO-XXIX to catalyze and promote this
inter-disciplinary scientific arena of carbohydrates by your esteemed participation in
this forth coming Carbohydrate Conference (29th in the Series): CARBO-XXIX. And
through this event we seek your support and intellectual views on/inputs to the theme
ChemBio Innovations for Bioproducts at the conference and sharing your research
and innovation around the domain including advising on the presentations of others
on the subject.
- Organizing Committee, CARBO-XXIX
E-mail address: ciab.carbo29@gmail.com, carbo29@ciab.res.in

About the Conference


Center of Innovative and Applied Bioprocessing (CIAB) has the privilege and pleasure of
extending a warm invitation to you to participate in CARBO-XXIX. CIAB is organizing
this conference in association with the Association of Carbohydrate Chemists and Technologists (India).
The prime objective of the conference is to learn from each other on the
science and applications of carbohydrates and to deliberate on potential novel approaches
and technologies that could be sustainable and simple, and economically feasible, to harvest the benefits from.
The conference would comprise the following sessions:
Innovative Chemistry of Carbohydrates: Natural & Synthetic
Synthesis and Applications of Carbohydrate Conjugates
Structural & Functional Diversity of Carbohydrates
Glyco-Pharmacology & Glyco-Therapeutics
Carbohydrate-based Foods, Nutraceuticals & Other Materials
Consolidated Processing of Carbohydrate-Rich Bioresources
Biosynthetic Carbohydrates: Process & Technology
Carbohydrate-Linked Industries: Status and Scopes

About the Organizers


Center of Innovative and Applied Bioprocessing (CIAB): CIAB, an autonomous national institute under the Department of Biotechnology (Govt. of India), took birth in the
name of 'Bioprocessing Unit' in 2012 as a member organization of Knowledge City
(Mohali). The institute is currently operational from its interim premises at: C-127, Phase-8,
Industrial Area, S.A.S. Nagar (Mohali)-160071. Its permanent campus is being built in the
Knowledge City Sector of Mohali. The current nomenclature of the institute as Center of
Innovative and Applied Bioprocessing was approved by the Union Cabinet in 2013.
This institute aims to narrow the wide gap between the laboratory-bench R&D leads of

knowledge/processes/technologies and the potential range, value and volume of tangible


translational products of value that may be obtained in a contemporary manner. Further, innovative thoughts and ideas may create or catalyze anticipation of newer products and/or
catalyze newer avenues of their applications. It intends to attend the need of mission of

projecting, probing and pursuing these leads/opportunities towards potential pragmatic


applications that may actually emanate from them in an institutional mode. Thus, the
institute envisions to make an impact on different facets of agri-produce or bio-produce
through processing as a 'Secondary Agriculture Initiative for Value Added Products (SAIVAP). Accordingly, CIAB has its vision statement as:
To be a lead research & innovation organization testing and translating compositional
knowledge and leads of bioresources for their productive processing and value additive primary and secondary agriculture bioproducts for edible and non-edible usage
You are welcome to visit us virtually at http://www.ciab.res.in or http://www.bpu.res.in and/
or in person to interact or to explore joining us scientifically/professionally or associating
with us in the way it fits or interests you to serve the cause of the above mission of SAIVAP. Your participation in the conference could be a good beginning to concomitant activities further.
- Dr. R.S. Sangwan, Founder CEO, CIAB; ceo@ciab.res.in

The request for registration should be submitted in the form provided herewith or by e-mail
in the same format. The Registration Form can also be downloaded from the website:
www.ciab.res.in, www.bpu.res.in or www.accti.in.
Registration Fee: The applicable registration fee (as given below) has to be paid in the
form of an A/C Payee Demand Draft or Multi-City Cheque in the name of Center of Innovative and Applied Bioprocessing, payable at Mohali. Abstract not accompanied by payment
of registration fee may not be accepted. However, abstract/presentation is not necessary for
the conference registration (and hence participation).
Registration Fee
Faculty/Staff of University/R&D Institute/Industry
Registration until November 30, 2014
:
5000
Registration after November 30, 2014
:
6000
Students
Registration until November 30, 2014
:
2500
Registration after November 30, 2014
:
3000
Accompanying Person
:
2000
Foreign Delegates
:
$200

Advisory committee: (to be updated shortly)

Association of Carbohydrate Chemists and Technologists, India (ACCTI): ACCTI is a


scientific body consisting of academicians, scientists, technologists and industrialists actively engaged/interested in carbohydrate research in the country. ACCTII in association with
research institutes and universities has been organizing Carbohydrate Conferences (the
CARBO-series). The forthcoming 29th Carbohydrate conference (CARBO-XXIX) in this
series is being organized in association with Center of Innovative and Applied Bioprocessing (CIAB), Mohali. For details of the domains of activities of ACCTI, please visit:
www.accti.in or www.trendscarbo.com or contact - Professor K.P. Ravindranathan Kartha
(President) & Professor Ashok K. Prasad (Hon. Secretary).

About Mohali
Mohali is a rapidly growing town just across the road to Chandigarh, the City Beautiful. In
fact, Mohali (Punjab), Chandigarh (Union Territory) and Panchkula (Haryana) are not
only geographically next to each other but are also scenically so similar that one does not
feel any discontinuity in the beauty, openness, system and facilities while driving through.
It is no wonder therefore, they are together referred to as the Tricity. Mohali, after its
fame for the global cricket competition venue (Mohali Cricket Stadium) is acquiring many
new fame points. For scientists, academicians, scholars and students it is a cluster of
national institu-tions of learning, research, technology and business, etc. These include
IISER, ISB, INST, NABI, CIAB, NIPER, IMTECH, PGIMER, PBTI and the Biotech Park.
The togetherness of these institutions of higher learning is reflected in the formation of a
common platform under the umbrella of Chandigarh Region Institutions Knowledge
Cluster (CRIKC) that al-so includes some of the other pride institutions of the region
such as Panjab University,CSIO, PEC, NIITR, TBRL, GMCH and IIT Ropar.
Mohali and its surroundings offer an excellent and exciting tour and entertainment opportunity of life time memory. To mention a few, besides the best shopping experience, are
the Rock Garden, Rose Garden, Sukhna Lake, Morni Hills, Pinjore Garden and the
Golden Temple at Amritsar. For hill tourism, Shimla, Kasauli and Kufri are close by.
How to Reach Mohali: Mohali is well connected by rail, road and air. This connectivity
is largely served through Chandigarh (from New Delhi). Besides the rail and air
connectivity through Delhi (about 250 km), some direct trains and air services from
Chandigarh Railway Station (about 20 km from CIAB, Mohali) and Chandigarh Airport
(about 30 km from CIAB, Mohali) are also available.
Weather: December end is winter season in this region and the weather conditions are
simi-lar to those in Delhi during these days. Expected minimum and maximum
temperatures are 8 C and 15 C, respectively. Sufficient warm clothing is recommended.

Accommodation
Chandigarh is one of the best places to have an excellent hotel stay experience, and a variety
of hotels to suit to the visitors plans, budget and liking are available. Limited accommodation in guest houses would be attempted on applicable charge-basis, subject to their availability. As per availability, this would be served on the first come, first served basis. Twinsharing of the guest house facility is also an option open to us.

Registration
The registration fee for the conference will cover the cost of conference material, attendance
of the lectures/discussion, tea/coffee and food during the conference.
Page 3 of 6

Local Organizing Committee


Dr. R. S. Sangwan, CIAB
Dr. K. P. Ravindranathan Kartha,
NIPER Dr. Koushik Mazumder, NABI
Dr. Sasikumar Elumalai, CIAB
Dr. Nitin Kumar Singhal, NABI
Dr. Siddharth Tiwari, NABI
Ms. Pankaj Preet Sandhu, CIAB
Dr. Santosh Kumar Upadhyay, NABI
Sh. Umesh Singh, CIAB
Dr. Sudhir Pratap Singh, NABI
Sh. Balwan Singh, CIAB
Dr. Shailesh Sharma, NABI
Sh. Virendra K. Banerjee, CIAB
Sh. Suneet Verma, CIAB
Sh. Hardip Singh, CIAB
Sh. Vishal Kumar, CIAB
Ms. Hema Rawat, CIAB
Sh. Aman Sethi, CIAB
Sh. Mansa Ram, CIAB
Sh. Sabir Ali, CIAB
Sh. Arun Kumar, CIAB

Sh. Sukhjinder Singh, CIAB Er.


Jaspreet Singh, CIAB
Er. SushantVatsa, CIAB
Sh. Santosh Kumar Giri, NIPER
To be expanded

Welcome to the 29th Carbohydrate Conference:


CARBO-XXIX
Carbohydrates as predominant metabolic tar gets, tr ansient or endur ing stor age
nutrients, structural and functional bioorganic constituents, etc. constitute a common
feature across the three kingdoms of life: microbes, plants and animals, and could not
have been a mere accident! Such commonalities are not only of immense aid in the
process of learning lifes various processes but are also opportunities for expanding
the diversity of uses of carbohydrates. Indeed, it may be possible to perceive philosophically that metabolic network of lifes processes originate with carbohydrates, organizes through carbohydrates, diversifies with carbohydrates (for multiple cellular/
systems functions and processes) and are greatly governed (functionally, physiologically, etc.) via carbohydrates.
Apart from forming a subject matter for investigation for gathering information on
their role in lifes processes, carbohydrates have continued to offer, since antiquity,
growing opportunities for their use/practical applications. This trail of knowledgetranslation for beneficial applications, began from food, fibre and fuel and traversing
through various industrial products such as paper and medicine has reached the field
of bio-composites, smart materials, etc.
Exploring and realizing these paths of opportunities have been facilitated by development of processes and technologies built around carbohydrates. These technologies
may have originated from work rooted in chemistry but on integration with biological
and engineering approaches from one or more perspectives. Thus, the chemistry and
technology of carbohydrates can be seen as an interesting platform for amalgamation
of sciences.
Therefore, we cordially invite you to CARBO-XXIX to catalyze and promote this
inter-disciplinary scientific arena of carbohydrates by your esteemed participation in
this forth coming Carbohydrate Conference (29th in the Series): CARBO-XXIX. And
through this event we seek your support and intellectual views on/inputs to the theme
ChemBio Innovations for Bioproducts at the conference and sharing your research
and innovation around the domain including advising on the presentations of others
on the subject.
- Organizing Committee, CARBO-XXIX
E-mail address: ciab.carbo29@gmail.com, carbo29@ciab.res.in

About the Conference


Center of Innovative and Applied Bioprocessing (CIAB) has the privilege and pleasure of
extending a warm invitation to you to participate in CARBO-XXIX. CIAB is organizing
this conference in association with the Association of Carbohydrate Chemists and Technologists (India).
The prime objective of the conference is to learn from each other on the
science and applications of carbohydrates and to deliberate on potential novel approaches
and technologies that could be sustainable and simple, and economically feasible, to harvest the benefits from.
The conference would comprise the following sessions:
Innovative Chemistry of Carbohydrates: Natural & Synthetic
Synthesis and Applications of Carbohydrate Conjugates
Structural & Functional Diversity of Carbohydrates
Glyco-Pharmacology & Glyco-Therapeutics
Carbohydrate-based Foods, Nutraceuticals & Other Materials
Consolidated Processing of Carbohydrate-Rich Bioresources
Biosynthetic Carbohydrates: Process & Technology
Carbohydrate-Linked Industries: Status and Scopes

About the Organizers


Center of Innovative and Applied Bioprocessing (CIAB): CIAB, an autonomous national institute under the Department of Biotechnology (Govt. of India), took birth in the
name of 'Bioprocessing Unit' in 2012 as a member organization of Knowledge City
(Mohali). The institute is currently operational from its interim premises at: C-127, Phase-8,
Industrial Area, S.A.S. Nagar (Mohali)-160071. Its permanent campus is being built in the
Knowledge City Sector of Mohali. The current nomenclature of the institute as Center of
Innovative and Applied Bioprocessing was approved by the Union Cabinet in 2013.
This institute aims to narrow the wide gap between the laboratory-bench R&D leads of

knowledge/processes/technologies and the potential range, value and volume of tangible


translational products of value that may be obtained in a contemporary manner. Further, innovative thoughts and ideas may create or catalyze anticipation of newer products and/or
catalyze newer avenues of their applications. It intends to attend the need of mission of

projecting, probing and pursuing these leads/opportunities towards potential pragmatic


applications that may actually emanate from them in an institutional mode. Thus, the
institute envisions to make an impact on different facets of agri-produce or bio-produce
through processing as a 'Secondary Agriculture Initiative for Value Added Products (SAIVAP). Accordingly, CIAB has its vision statement as:
To be a lead research & innovation organization testing and translating compositional
knowledge and leads of bioresources for their productive processing and value additive primary and secondary agriculture bioproducts for edible and non-edible usage
You are welcome to visit us virtually at http://www.ciab.res.in or http://www.bpu.res.in and/
or in person to interact or to explore joining us scientifically/professionally or associating
with us in the way it fits or interests you to serve the cause of the above mission of SAIVAP. Your participation in the conference could be a good beginning to concomitant activities further.
- Dr. R.S. Sangwan, Founder CEO, CIAB; ceo@ciab.res.in
Association of Carbohydrate Chemists and Technologists, India (ACCTI): ACCTI is a
scientific body consisting of academicians, scientists, technologists and industrialists actively engaged/interested in carbohydrate research in the country. ACCTII in association with
research institutes and universities has been organizing Carbohydrate Conferences (the
CARBO-series). The forthcoming 29th Carbohydrate conference (CARBO-XXIX) in this
series is being organized in association with Center of Innovative and Applied Bioprocessing (CIAB), Mohali. For details of the domains of activities of ACCTI, please visit:
www.accti.in or www.trendscarbo.com or contact - Professor K.P. Ravindranathan Kartha
(President) & Professor Ashok K. Prasad (Hon. Secretary).

About Mohali
Mohali is a rapidly growing town just across the road to Chandigarh, the City Beautiful. In
fact, Mohali (Punjab), Chandigarh (Union Territory) and Panchkula (Haryana) are not only
geographically next to each other but are also scenically so similar that one does not feel
any discontinuity in the beauty, openness, system and facilities while driving through. It is
no wonder therefore, they are together referred to as the Tricity. Mohali, after its fame for
the global cricket competition venue (Mohali Cricket Stadium) is acquiring many new fame
points. For scientists, academicians, scholars and students it is a cluster of national institutions of learning, research, technology and business, etc. These include IISER, ISB, INST,
NABI, CIAB, NIPER, IMTECH, PGIMER, PBTI and the Biotech Park. The togetherness of
these institutions of higher learning is reflected in the formation of a common platform
under the umbrella of Chandigarh Region Institutions Knowledge Cluster (CRIKC) that also includes some of the other pride institutions of the region such as Panjab University,
CSIO, PEC, NIITR, TBRL, GMCH and IIT Ropar.
Mohali and its surroundings offer an excellent and exciting tour and entertainment opportunity of life time memory. To mention a few, besides the best shopping experience, are the
Rock Garden, Rose Garden, Sukhna Lake, Morni Hills, Pinjore Garden and the Golden
Temple at Amritsar. For hill tourism, Shimla, Kasauli and Kufri are close by.
How to Reach Mohali: Mohali is well connected by rail, road and air. This connectivity is
largely served through Chandigarh (from New Delhi). Besides the rail and air connectivity
through Delhi (about 250 km), some direct trains and air services from Chandigarh Railway
Station (about 20 km from CIAB, Mohali) and Chandigarh Airport (about 30 km from
CIAB, Mohali) are also available.
Weather: December end is winter season in this region and the weather conditions are similar to those in Delhi during these days. Expected minimum and maximum temperatures are
8 C and 15 C, respectively. Sufficient warm clothing is recommended.

Accommodation
Chandigarh is one of the best places to have an excellent hotel stay experience and a variety
of hotels to suit to the visitors plans, budget and liking are available. Limited accommodation in guest houses would be attempted on applicable charge-basis, subject to their availability. As per availability, this would be served on the first come, first served basis. Twinsharing of the guest house facility is also an option open to us.

Registration
The registration fee for the conference will cover the cost of conference material, attendance
of the lectures/discussion, tea/coffee and food during the conference.

The request for registration should be submitted in the form provided herewith or by e-mail
in the same format. The Registration Form can also be downloaded from the
websites:www.ciab.res.in, www.bpu.res.in or www.accti.in.
Registration Fee: The applicable registration fee (as given below) has to be paid in the
form of an A/C Payee Demand Draft or Multi-City Cheque in the name of Center of Innovative and Applied Bioprocessing, payable at Mohali. Abstract not accompanied by payment
of registration fee may not be accepted. However, abstract/presentation is not necessary for
the conference registration (and hence participation).
Registration Fee
Faculty/Staff of University/R&D Institute/Industry
:
Registration until November 30, 2014
:
Registration after November 30, 2014
Students
Registration until November 30, 2014
:
:
Registration after November 30, 2014
Accompanying Person
:
:
Foreign Delegates

5000
6000
2500
3000
2000
$200

Abstract Submission Deadline: 30-11-2014

Esteemed Advisory Panel


Prof. K. VijayRaghavan
Dr. S. Ayyappan
Dr. V. M. Katoch
Dr. P. S. Ahuja
Prof. N. Sathyamurthy
Dr. Ajit Kumar
Dr. Padam Parkash Bhojvaid
Dr. J. S. Yadav
Prof. Arun Grover
Prof. Ashok Kumar Ganguli
Dr. Girish Sahni
Dr. Amod Kumar
Dr. K. K. Bhutani
Prof. Manoj Arora
Dr. M. P. Punia
Dr. Manjit Singh
Prof. M. K. Surappa
Dr. Rakesh Tuli
Dr. S. S. Marwaha
Dr. Ram Vishwakarma
Prof. Narpinder Singh
Dr. Ashok Kumar
Sh. Uday Merchant
Sh. P. K. Hisaria
Sh. Rohit Gupta
Dr. R. M. Mathur
Dr. Purshottam Lal Soni

Dr. Asish Kumar Sen


Dr. K. P. R. Kartha
Dr. Naveen K. Khare
Dr. Ashok Prasad
Dr. Vinod K. Tiwari
Dr. Amit Bhatt
Prof. B. S. Dhillon
Prof. Anil Tripathi
Dr. Sanjay K. Nayak
Dr. M. O. Garg
Prof. Sunil Pandey
Dr. Yogender Kumar Yadav
Prof. Ram Rajasekharan
Prof. P. Balasubramanian
Prof. Ashok Pandey
Prof. Arvind Lali
Prof. R. K. Kohli
Prof. K. B. Ramachandran
Prof. Indrapal Singh Aidhen
Prof. Yogesh Chawla
Prof. S. S. Gill
Prof. Parveen Bansal
Dr. Pratibha M. Luthra
Prof. V. S. Bisaria
Dr. Renu Swarup
Dr. Vinay Kumar Varshney

To be expanded

Organizing Committee
Dr. Rajender S. Sangwan, CIAB
Dr. K. P. Ravindranathan Kartha, NIPER
Dr. Koushik Mazumder, NABI
Dr. Sasikumar Elumalai, CIAB
Dr. Nitin Kumar Singhal, NABI
Dr. Vineet Kumar, FRI
Dr. Siddharth Tiwari, NABI
Ms. Pankaj Preet Sandhu, CIAB
Dr. Santosh Kumar Upadhyay, NABI
Sh. Umesh Singh, CIAB
Dr. Sudhir Pratap Singh, NABI
Er. Balwan Singh, CIAB
Dr. Shailesh Sharma, NABI
Sh. Virendra K. Banerjee, CIAB
Sh. Suneet Verma, CIAB
Sh. Hardip Singh, CIAB
Sh. Vishal Kumar, CIAB
Ms. Hema Rawat, CIAB
Sh. Aman Sethi, CIAB
Sh. Mansa Ram, CIAB
Sh. Sabir Ali, CIAB
Sh. Arun Kumar, CIAB

Sh. Sukhjinder Singh, CIAB


Er. Jaspreet Singh, CIAB
Er. SushantVatsa, CIAB
Sh. Santosh Kumar Giri, NIPER
To be expanded

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REGISTRATION/SPONSORSHIP FORM

Circular

29th Carbohydrate Conference:


CARBOXXIX

on Carbohydrates-ChemBio Innovations for Bioproducts


being organized by
Center of Innovative & Applied Bioprocessing (CIAB)
In association with
Association of Carbohydrate Chemists & Technologists, India (ACCTI)
during December 29-31, 2014
********************************************

CIAB, Mohali

1. Name in Block Letters:


..
(Surname, First name & Middle Name)
2. Designation with Affiliation (institute/or ganization/industr y):
...
3. Address:
........
.
.
E-mail: Phone/Mobile:
Fax:
Accompanying person(s), if any:
....

Abstract Submission Deadline: November 30, 2014

Format for a typical one-page abstract for submission

I/We like to (please tick as appropriate)


Participate in the conference with paper or without paper:
Co-sponsor conference event/technical session:
Advertise in Souvenir/Abstract book/Exhibit product:
(Please see circular or visit website for details)

DABCOMediated Regioselective Primary Hydroxyl


Protection of Carbohydrates

Presents

Payment details:

Bhart K. Gadakh, Premanand R. Patil and K. P. Ravindranathan Kartha*


Department of Medicinal Chemistry, National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and
Research,
Sector 67, S.A.S. Nagar, Punjab-160062, India
Selective protection of the primary hydroxyl group in hexosides and nucleosides by bulky
acid-labile group like Trityl (Tr) is very widely applied in synthetic oligosaccharide and nucleoside chemistry. The conventional procedure involves use of environmentally unfriendly
solvents such as pyridine, DMF, etc. besides expensive catalysts/reagents such as DMAP
and triethylamine, N-trityl pyridinumfluoroborate and 2,4,6-tri-tert-butylpyridinium perchlorate.1-4 As a cheaper and environmentally friendlier alternative herein we report a simple, efficient procedure for the regioselective tritylation of primary hydroxyl of carbohydrates using trityl chloride in the presence of DABCO in dichloromethane (DCM). Thus,
when a glycoside substrate (for example, 1, Scheme 1) is reacted with trityl chloride (2 mol
equiv) in the presence of DABCO (2.0 mol equiv), regioselectively protected trityl ether
(for example 2 from 1, Scheme 1) was obtained in excellent yield. In addition, continuation
of the reaction in the presence of added Ac2O and catalytic DMAP led to the successful
acetylation of the remaining OH groups of the sugar. This one-pot two-step procedure will
be further discussed in the presentation to elucidate its wider applicability.

th

DD/Multi-city cheque no.: ...


Bank: Amount ( ):

the 29 Carbohydrate Conference

Date: . Signature: ...

CARBO-XXIX

Dr. R. S. Sangwan, Organizing Secretary, CARBO-XXIX


Center of Innovative and Applied Bioprocessing (CIAB)
C-127, Phase-VIII, Industrial Area, SAS Nagar, Mohali-160071, Punjab, INDIA
Phone: 0172-4990232; Fax: 0172-4990204, E-mail address: carbo29@ciab.res.in or
ciab.carbo29@gmail.com; Websites: www.bpu.res.in or www.ciab.res.in

Note: DD/Multi-City cheque should be drawn in favor of: Center of Innovative


and Applied Bioprocessing, as payable at SAS Nagar (Mohali)

December 29-31, 2014


on

ChemBio Innovations for Bioproducts


jointly with
Association of Carbohydrate Chemists &
Technologists (India), ACCT(I)

Photo Gallery

(Scheme/Figure, if any)
References:
1. Example for reference to a book: Greene, T. W., Protective Groups in Organic Chemistry,
John Wiley & Sons: New York, pp. 34-36, 1980.
2. Example for reference to a Journal: Chaudhary, S. K and Hernandez O., Tetrahedron
Lett., 20, 95-98, 1979.
3. Hanessian, S., Staub, A. P. A., Tetrahedron Lett, 14, 3555-3558, 1973.
4. Wozney, Y. V., Kochetkov, N. K., Carbohydr. Res., 54, 300-303, 1977.
Note: Abstr act (including the Figure/Scheme and the references, if any) must not exceed an A4 page in length!

Pinjore Garden

Rock Garden
Rose Garden

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Center of Innovative and Applied Bioprocessing


(A National Institute under DBT, Govt. of India)
C-127, Phase-8, Industrial Area, S.A.S. Nagar (Mohali)-160071,
Punjab, India Phone: 0172-4990232,
Fax: 0172-4990204
Website: www.ciab.res.in, www.bpu.res.in

REGISTRATION/SPONSORSHIP FORM

Circular

29th Carbohydrate Conference:


CARBOXXIX

on Carbohydrates-ChemBio Innovations for Bioproducts


being organized by
Center of Innovative & Applied Bioprocessing (CIAB)
In association with
Association of Carbohydrate Chemists & Technologists, India (ACCTI)
during December 29-31, 2014
********************************************

CIAB, Mohali

1. Name in Block Letters: .


(Surname, First name & Middle
Name)
.
2.Designation with Affiliation (institute/organization/industry):...
3. Address:
........
.
E-mail: Phone/Mobile:
Fax:
Accompanying person(s), if any: ....

Format for a typical one-page abstract for submission

I/We like to (please tick as appropriate)


Participate in the conference with paper or without paper:
Co-sponsor conference event/technical session:
Advertise in Souvenir/Abstract book/Exhibit product:
(Please see circular or visit website for details)

DABCOMediated Regioselective Primary Hydroxyl


Protection of Carbohydrates
Bhart K. Gadakh, Premanand R. Patil and K. P. Ravindranathan Kartha*
Department of Medicinal Chemistry, National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and
Research,
Sector 67, S.A.S. Nagar, Punjab-160062, India
Selective protection of the primary hydroxyl group in hexosides and nucleosides by bulky
acid-labile group like Trityl (Tr) is very widely applied in synthetic oligosaccharide and nucleoside chemistry. The conventional procedure involves use of environmentally unfriendly
solvents such as pyridine, DMF, etc. besides expensive catalysts/reagents such as DMAP
and triethylamine, N-trityl pyridinumfluoroborate and 2,4,6-tri-tert-butylpyridinium perchlorate.1-4 As a cheaper and environmentally friendlier alternative herein we report a simple, efficient procedure for the regioselective tritylation of primary hydroxyl of carbohydrates using trityl chloride in the presence of DABCO in dichloromethane (DCM). Thus,
when a glycoside substrate (for example, 1, Scheme 1) is reacted with trityl chloride (2 mol
equiv) in the presence of DABCO (2.0 mol equiv), regioselectively protected trityl ether
(for example 2 from 1, Scheme 1) was obtained in excellent yield. In addition, continuation
of the reaction in the presence of added Ac2O and catalytic DMAP led to the successful
acetylation of the remaining OH groups of the sugar. This one-pot two-step procedure will
be further discussed in the presentation to elucidate its wider applicability.

Presents

Payment details:

th

DD/Multi-city cheque no.: ...


Bank: Amount ( ):

the 29 Carbohydrate Conference

Date: . Signature: ...

CARBO-XXIX

Send To:

December 29-31, 2014

Dr. R. S. Sangwan, Organizing Secretary, CARBO-XXIX


Center of Innovative and Applied Bioprocessing (CIAB)

C-127, Phase-VIII, Industrial Area, SAS Nagar, Mohali-160071, Punjab, INDIA


Phone: 0172-4990232; Fax: 0172-4990204, E-mail address: carbo29@ciab.res.in or
ciab.carbo29@gmail.com; Websites: www.bpu.res.in or www.ciab.res.in

Note: DD/Multi-City cheque should be drawn in favor of: Center of Innovative


and Applied Bioprocessing, and payable at SAS Nagar (Mohali)

on

ChemBio Innovations for Bioproducts


jointly with
Association of Carbohydrate Chemists &
Technologists (India), ACCT(I)

Photo Gallery

(Scheme/Figure, if any)
References:
1. Example for reference to a book: Greene, T. W., Protective Groups in Organic Chemistry,
John Wiley & Sons: New York, pp. 34-36, 1980.
2. Example for reference to a Journal: Chaudhary, S. K and Hernandez O., Tetrahedron
Lett., 20, 95-98, 1979.
3. Hanessian, S., Staub, A. P. A., Tetrahedron Lett, 14, 3555-3558, 1973.
4. Wozney, Y. V., Kochetkov, N. K., Carbohydr. Res., 54, 300-303, 1977.
Note: Abstr act (including the Figure/Scheme and the references, if any) must not exceed an A4 page in length!

Pinjore Garden

Center of Innovative and Applied Bioprocessing


(A National Institute under DBT, Govt. of India)
C-127, Phase-8, Industrial Area, S.A.S. Nagar (Mohali)-160071,
Punjab, India Phone: 0172-4990232,
Fax: 0172-4990204
Website: www.ciab.res.in, www.bpu.res.in

Rock Garden
Rose Garden
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