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In silico physicochemical characterization and topology analysis of Respiratory burst oxidase homolog (Rboh) proteins from Arabidopsis and rice

Kaur & Pati. Bioinformation 14(3): 93-100 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

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Molecular dynamics simulation (MDS) analysis of Vibrio cholerae ToxT virulence factor complexed with docked potential inhibitors

Torktaz et al. Bioinformation 14(3): 101-105 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

Hypothesis

Genetic characterization of Chikungunya virus 2009 isolates from South India

Sarangan et al. Bioinformation 14(3): 106-112 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

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Analysis of antibiotics resistant genes in different strains of Staphylococcus aureus

Otarigho et al. Bioinformation 14(3): 113-122 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

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Identification of cis-regulatory elements associated with salinity and drought stress tolerance in rice from co-expressed gene interaction networks

Mishra et al. Bioinformation 14(3): 123-131 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

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Insights from the Molecular Modelling and Docking Analysis of AIF-NLS complex to infer Nuclear Translocation of the Protein

Srivaths et al. Bioinformation 14(3): 132-139 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

Review

Scale-free networks in metabolomics

Rajula et al. Bioinformation 14(3): 140-144 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

Database

An Integrated Molecular Database on Indian Insects

Pratheepa et al. Bioinformation 14(2): 42-47 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

Hypothesis

Hypothetical endogenous SIV-like antigens in Mauritian cynomolgus macaques

Li et al. Bioinformation 14(2): 48-52 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

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Evaluation of in vitro chondrocytic differentiation: A stem cell research initiative at the King Abdulaziz University, Kingdom of Saudi

Al-Yamani et al. Bioinformation 14(2): 53-59 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

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Agemone mexicana flavanones; apposite inverse agonists of the β2-adrenergic receptor in asthma treatment

Eniafe et al. Bioinformation 14(2): 60-67 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

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Screening of Human Proteins for Fluoride and Aluminum Binding

Hasan et al. Bioinformation 14(2): 68-74 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

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Simian Virus 40 Large T Antigen as a Model to Test the Efficacy of Flouroquinolones against Viral Helicases

Siddiqui et al. Bioinformation 14(2): 75-79 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

Review

Current Opinions on Chemoresistance: An Overview

Hasan et al. Bioinformation 14(2): 80-85 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

Review

Quantitative Consensus in Systematic Reviews: Current and Future Challenges in Translational Science

Chiappeli et al. Bioinformation 14(2): 86-92 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

Hypothesis

Towards the design of anti-amyloid short peptide helices

Roterman et al. Bioinformation 14(1): 001-007 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

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Identification of coding sequence and its use for functional and structural characterization of catalase from Phyllanthus emblica

Sharma & Hooda. Bioinformation 14(1): 008-014 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

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Molecular docking based screening of Noggin inhibitors

Gudipati et al. Bioinformation 14(1): 015-020 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

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Identification and characterization of sodium and chloride-dependent gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) transporters from eukaryotic pathogens as a potential drug target

Otarigho & Falade. Bioinformation 14(1): 021-030 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

Hypothesis

Current Bioinformatics resources in combating infectious diseases

Saeb. Bioinformation 14(1): 031-035 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

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Odorant Binding Proteins: a key player in the sense of smell

Archunan. Bioinformation 14(1): 036-037 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

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Artificial Intelligence and brain

Shapshak. Bioinformation 14(1): 038-041 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

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