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It is a pointless pondering on predatory (meaning greedy) publications (meaning journals) while practicing publishing through freedom of the Press.

It should be noted that a weak publication will vanish itself in an open access publishing model where contents are made available for free on the WWW.

The fundamental question in this context is the definition of host and predator. The second question is the type (data and or commercial) and subsequent measure of

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UN charter. Members should write to such authorities for such rights using a multi-faceted modus operandi to sustain natural justice. The role of heads (Directors, Vice Chancellors, Presidents) of institutions (government or non-government) is critical even if voluminous (huge) in nature. Members of the academy should follow general guidelines (These are not hard and fast rules. This may be local in perspective) as per natural justice.

 

EBSCO

EBSCO is an indexing database provider from the USA. It is neutral in its operation that is fair and just. However, it sponsors the DOAJ database that is latently linked to a Sweden based Lund University with some unknown links to organizations in Netherlands.

 

Springer Nature Inc

Springer Nature (with several firms registered in India under different names as per MCA portal) is a major science publisher from Germany and or Switzerland.

The position taken by Springer Nature as a publisher in the open domain is unbiased. However, it is linked with a number of societies in Europe through "potential sponsor" related associations.

 

Web of Science

Web of Science is a product of Clarivate Analytics, Inc. (Clarivate Analytics (India) Private Limited) a data analytics company based in the USA.

The position taken by Clarivate Analytics, Inc is unbiased. However, Clarivate Analytics, Inc as a private entity influence commerce from academia through capitalism

and listing of all known journals using transparent metrics (optimal metrics which is neither conservative or liberal)

is highly warranted. In other words all journals after 5 years (or 3 years as in previous precedence) since its launch should be given an Impact Factor where possible in the interest of natural justice.

Let the community make the decision and private parties should restrict themselves within certain limits where possible in the interest of transparency. Ranking with transparent

metrics is acceptable. However, cut-off is not acceptable and it is unfair. This is not engagement. The service provided by Clarivate Analytics, Inc is exhaustive and therefore, the board taking such decision

should be transparent, comprehensive, representative and exhaustive to upheld the freedom of the press and natural justice. A couple of dozen people should not make such decision to influence commerce at large across continents covering over about 8 billion people. Names and credibility of the board should be transparent and listed in both online and offline media. It is in the interest of transparency that the "turn around time" to address and entertain any

issue raised by the "so called" board (usually latent) should be less than 14 days and clearly not 3 or 4 years. The message with such intention is clearly biased.

Please be advised that commerce is a function of time. Justice delayed is justice denied. A company capable of analyzing such huge data in a many to many map model should be all inclusive and

most transparent towards upholding the Freedom of the Press which is fundamental to any other debate in this regard. It should be noted that data from the under developed parts of the world is highly relevant

for the advancement of science. This is not possible without a broad spectrum of engagement.

 
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Volume 16; Issue 5; May 2020  

 

Research Article

Molecular docking analysis of piperine with CDK2, CDK4, Cyclin D and Cyclin T proteins
Vidhya Rekha et al. Bioinformation 16(5): 359-362 (2020)
PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central
 

Research Article
Towards the design of epitope candidates for Coronavirus 2
Odhar et al. Bioinformation 16(5): 375-386 (2020)
PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central
 

Research Article
Molecular Docking analysis of the TNIK Receptor protein with a potential Inhibitor from the NPACT database
Sherlin Rosita & Nargis Begum, Bioinformation 16(5): 387-392 (2020)
PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Editorial

Putative Natural History of CoViD-19
Chiappelli, Bioinformation 16(5): 398-403 (2020)
PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Molecular docking analysis of N-substituted oseltamivir derivatives with the SARS-Cov-2 main protease
Belhassan et al. Bioinformation 16(5): 404-410 (2020)
PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Molecular docking analysis of Withaferin A from Withania somnifera with the Glucose regulated protein 78 (GRP78) in comparison with the COVID-19 main protease
Sudeep et al. Bioinformation 16(5): 411-417 (2020)
PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Editorial

The COVID-19 Puzzle
Roterman & Konieczny, Bioinformation 16(5): 418-421 (2020)
PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

A report on DNA sequence determinants in gene expression
Singh & Sophiarani, Bioinformation 16(5): 422-431 (2020)
PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Comments

Comments on Structure-based design of antiviral drug candidates targeting the SARS-CoV-2 main protease by Dai et al. (2020)
Chiappelli, Bioinformation 16(5): 432-434 (2020)
PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central
 

Views
Views on Structure-based design of antiviral drug candidates targeting the SARS-CoV-2 main protease by Dai et al. (2020)
Odhar, Bioinformation 16(5): 435-437 (2020)
PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Declaration by authors on Publication Ethics for submission of manuscripts to BIOINFORMATION
The authors declare that they adhere with COPE guidelines on publishing ethics as described elsewhere at https://publicationethics.org/.
The authors also undertake that they are not associated with any other second or third parties

(governmental or non-governmental agencies) linking with any form of unethical issues or activities connecting to this publication.

The authors also declare that they are not withholding any information that is misleading to the publisher in regard to their submission.

 

Research Article (under QC & Revision Check)

A short review on Genome-Wide Association Studies
Cao et al. Bioinformation 16(5): 393-397 (2020)
PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article (under QC & Revision Check)
Male Sterility is linked to the Flavonoid Biosynthesis Pathways in Prunus mira
Zhang et al. Bioinformation 16(5): 363-374 (2020)
PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

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Volume 16; Issue 4; April 2020    

 

Editorial

Towards Neuro-CoViD-19
Chiappelli,
16(4): 288-292 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Editorial

COVID-19, Reduced Lung Function, and Increased Psycho-emotional Stress
Wu et al.
16(4): 293-296 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI PubMed Central

 

Editorial

Current Status on Population Genome Catalogues in different Countries

Kumar and Dhanda, 16(4): 297-300 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Repurposing of known anti-virals as potential inhibitors for SARS-CoV-2 main protease using molecular docking analysis
Hakmi et al.
16(4): 301-306 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Design of a non-viral vector with improved regulatory features towards therapeutic application

Sharma et al. 16(4): 307-313 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article
Modelling, docking and simulation analysis of Bisphenol A interaction with laccase from Trichoderma
Ramakrishnan et al.
16(4): 323-331 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

The impact of anthropogenic organic and inorganic pollutants on the Hasdeo River Water Quality in Korba Region, Chhattisgarh, India

Bhaskar et al. 16(4):  332-340 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Editorial

Pointless pondering on predatory (meaning greedy)  publications (meaning journals) while practicing publishing through freedom of Press

Kangueane & Pavithra, 16(4): 342-350 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Declaration by authors on Publication Ethics for submission of manuscripts to BIOINFORMATION
The authors declare that they adhere with COPE guidelines on publishing ethics as described elsewhere at https://publicationethics.org/.
The authors also undertake that they are not associated with any other second or third parties

(governmental or non-governmental agencies) linking with any form of unethical issues or activities connecting to this publication.

The authors also declare that they are not withholding any information that is misleading to the publisher in regard to their submission.

 

Research Article (under QC & Revision Check)
Content analysis of vitamins, dietary fibers and amino acids  in a wide collection of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) from Tibet, China
Huang et al.
16(4): 314-322 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article (under QC & Revision Check)

Modelling and docking analysis of a tumor target protein BAG3
Mukhtar et al.
16(4): 351-358 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

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Volume 16; Issue 3; March 2020

 

Research Article

Molecular dynamics analysis of conserved water mediated inter-domain recognition of His667-Trp669 in human ceruloplasmin
Mukhopadhyay, 16(3): 209-218 (2020)
PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Editorial

CoViD-19 Immunopathology & Immunotherapy
Chiappelli et al.
16(3): 219-222 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Analysis of predicted proteasomal cleavages in the methyltransferase domain from JEV
Afaq et al. 16(3): 223-228 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Analysis of methyltransferase (MTase) domain from Zika virus (ZIKV)
Afaq et al.
16(3): 229-235 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Molecular docking and dynamics simulation of FDA approved drugs with the main protease from 2019 novel coronavirus
Odhar et al. Bioinformation 16(3): 236-244 (2020)
PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Mining of miRNAs from EST data in Dendrobium nobile
Krishnatreya et al. Bioinformation 16(3): 245-255 (2020)
PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Distinctive features gleaned from the comparative genomes analysis of clinical and non-clinical isolates of Klebsiella pneumoniae
Rajkumari et al. Bioinformation 16(3): 256-266 (2020)
PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

A comparative study of antibacterial and antifungal activities of extracts from four indigenous plants
Mehta et al. Bioinformation 16(3): 267-273 (2020)
PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Towards the revival of oscillation from complete cessation in stochastic systems for application in molecular biology
Singh et al. 16(3): 274-282 (2020)
PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Molecular docking analysis of alkaloid compounds with beta-catenin towards the treatment of colon cancer

Ponnulakshmi et al. 16(3): 283-287 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

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Volume 16; Issue 2; February 2020

 

Editorial

2019-nCoV - Towards a 4th generation vaccine
Chiappelli 16(2): 139-144 (2020)
PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Thyroid Nodule Classification using Medical Ultrasound Images
Manivannan & Nagarajan, 16(2): 145-148 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central
 

Research Article

GenPop - An Online Tool to Analyze Human Population Genetic Data

Mahesh et al. 16(2): 149-152 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article
Modeling docking analysis of importin-11 homology model with phyto compounds in the context of colorectal cancer
Selvaraj et al. 16(2): 153-159 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central
 

Decoding the functionally vital segments of human ATP-dependent RNA helicase
Kamjula et al. 16(2): 160-170 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central
 

Research Article
CpGDB : A Comprehensive Database of Chloroplast Genomes
Singh et al.
16(2): 171-175 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central
 

Research Article
Increased gonadotropins and prolactins are linked to male infertility

Gangwar et al. 16(2): 176-182 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article
Molecular modeling and docking analysis of aspirin with pde7b

Balasundaram & David, 16(2): 183-188 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central
 

Research Article
Molecular docking analysis of phytochemicals from ethanolic extract of Crescentia cujete with the auto inhibited parkin catalytic domain
Anitha et al.
16(2): 189-195 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Linking gut microbiota with human diseases
Vandana et al. 16(2): 196-208 (2020)
PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI PubMed Central

 

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Volume 16; Issue 1; January 2020

 

Editorial
Drug Discovery: Today and Tomorrow
Flower,
16(1): 1-3 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central
 

Editorial
Metascience for Bioinformation
Khakshooy et al.
16(1): 4-7 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Editorial

Revisiting the Micropipetting Techniques in Biomedical Sciences: A Fundamental Prerequisite in Good Laboratory Practice
Pushparaj,
16(1): 8-12 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Editorial

Bioinformatics drives discovery in Biomedicine
Gujar et al.
16(1): 13-16 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Editorial

Gaining new insights on the Hsp90 regulatory network
Piva et al.
16(1): 17-20 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central
 

Editorial

Identification of tunnel as in potato hydrolase
Banach et al.
16(1): 21-25 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central
 

Views

Impact of airway dysfunction on Dental Health
Tamkin,
16(1): 26-29 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Editorial

Customized software tools for biomedical applications

Khan, 16(1): 30-33 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Editorial

Science for service in a society is the success story of scientists with serenity
Kangueane & Pavithra
16(1): 34-38 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Editorial

Biotechnology, Bioinformatics and BIOINFORMATION in an autobiography

Kangueane, 16(1): 39-138 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

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Volume 15; Issue 12; December 2019

 

Research Article

Insights into the metabolic responses of two contrasting Tibetan hulless barley genotypes under low nitrogen stress
Sang et al. Bioinformation 15(12): 845-852 (2019)
PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Genomic profiling of Nipah virus using NGS driven RNA-Seq expression data

Hassan et al. 15(12): 853-862 (2019) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

SubmitoLoc: Identification of mitochondrial sub cellular locations of proteins using support vector machine
Nithya, Bioinformation 15(12): 863-868 (2019)
PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Semi Supervised data mining model for the prognosis of pre-diabetes conditions in type 2 diabetes mellitus
Sumathi & Meganathan, 15(12): 875-882 (2019)
PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Life science database cross search: A single window system for dispersed biological databases

Onami et al. Bioinformation 15(12): 883-886 (2019) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Molecular docking analysis of a secondary metabolite with the glycoprotein receptors of HSV1 and HSV 2
Saran et al. Bioinformation
15(12): 887-895 (2019) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Analysis of microRNAs and their targets from onion (Allium cepa) using genome survey sequences (GSS) and expressed sequence tags (ESTs)

Mishra et al. 15(12): 907-917 (2019) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Protein interaction studies of curli fimbriae in Escherichia coli biofilms
Iyer et al. 15(12): 918-921 (2019)
PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Delayed Articles at PROOF QC

 

Research Article

Molecular modeling, docking and dynamics analysis of antimicrobial peptides with the ADP ribosylation toxins

Manda & Sesham, Bioinformation 15(12): 896-906 (2019) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Identification of arsenic resistant bacterial isolates from semi arid coal mine tailings of Assam using 16S rRNA phylogeny
Singh & Dwivedi, Bioinformation 15(12): 869-874 (2019)
PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

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Volume 15; Issue 11; November 2019

 

Database

BioDADPep: A Bioinformatics database for anti-diabetic peptides

Roy & Teron, Bioinformation 15(11): 780-783 (2019) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Molecular docking based virtual screening of the breast cancer target NUDT5

Sultana et al. Bioinformation 15(11): 784-789 (2019) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Data mining technology enabled anti retroviral therapy (ART) for HIV positive patients in Gondar University Hospital, Ethiopia

Chala, Bioinformation 15(11): 790-798 (2019) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Towards the early detection of ductal carcinoma (a common type of breast Cancer) using biomarkers linked to the PPAR (gamma) signaling pathway

Sultan et al. Bioinformation 15(11): 799-805 (2019) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Genetic association of MBL-2 gene polymorphisms with Filarial chyluria

Pant et al. 15(11): 806-811 (2019) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Genotype based Risk Predictors for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome in Western Saudi Arabia

Bakhashab & Ahmed, Bioinformation 15(11): 812-819 (2019) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

An updated data portal for fungal allergens with curated information
Onami et al. Bioinformation 15(11): 820-823 (2019)
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Research Article

Genome-wide identification, characterization and phylogenetic analysis of Dicer-like (DCL) gene family in Coffea arabica
Mosharaf et al. Bioinformation 15(11): 824-831 (2019)
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Research Article

Molecular docking analysis of Timepidium with acetylcholine and lumacaftor with the GABA(A) receptor

Ali & Shar, Bioinformation 15(11): 832-837 (2019) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Molecular modeling and docking analysis of pleurocidin like  peptide with enterotoxin H from Klebsilla pneumonia

Bupesh et al. Bioinformation 15(11): 838-844 (2019) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

 

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Volume 15; Issue 10; October 2019

 

Research Article

Data enabled prediction analysis assigns folate/biopterin transporter (BT1) family to 36 hypothetical membrane proteins in Leishmania donovani                         

Ravooru et al. Bioinformation 15(10): 697-708 (2019) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Combined e-pharmacophore based screening and docking of PI3 kinase with potential inhibitors from a database of natural compounds
Sasidhar Reddy Eda & Jinka, Bioinformation
15(10): 709-715 (2019) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

The combined effect of Trigonella foenum seeds and Coriandrum sativum leaf extracts in alloxan induced diabetes mellitus wister albino rats

Sree Sudha et al. Bioinformation 15(10): 716-722 (2019) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Effect of non synonymous SNP on JAK1 protein structure and subsequent function

Liza et al. Bioinformation 15(10): 723-729 (2019) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Molecular docking analysis of zanamavir with haemagglutinin neuraminidase of parainfluenza virus type 3

Indumathi et al. Bioinformation 15(10): 730-734 (2019) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Linking Helicobacter pylori with gallbladder and biliary tract cancer in Moroccan population using clinical and pathological profiles

Soumia et al. Bioinformation 15(10): 735-743 (2019) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Molecular docking based virtual screening of carbonic anhydrase IX with coumarin (a cinnamon compund) derived ligands

Meenakumari et al. Bioinformation 15(10): 744-749 (2019) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Insights from molecular dynamics simulation of human ceruloplasmin (ferroxidase enzyme) binding with biogenic monoamines

Mukhopadhyay, Bioinformation 15(10): 750-759 (2019) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

From EST to structure models for functional inference of APP, BACE1, PSEN1, PSEN2 genes

Aathi & Piramanayagam Bioinformation 15(10): 760-771 (2019) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Detection and analysis of stable and flexible genes towards a genome signature framework in cancer
Sehovic et al. Bioinformation
15(10): 772-779 (2019) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

                                                                                                            

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                                                                                                             Volume 15; Issue 9; September 2019

 

Research Article

Virtual screening, docking and molecular dynamics simulation of selected phytochemical compounds bound to receptor tyrosine kinases: A correlative anti angiogenic study

Saxena et al. Bioinformation 15(9): 613-620 (2019) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Identification and analysis of pathogenic nsSNPs in human LSP1 gene
Ali, Bioinformation 15(9): 621-626 (2019)
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Research Article

Molecular docking enabled updated screening of the matrix protein VP40 from Ebola virus with millions of compounds in the MCULE database for potential inhibitors
Odhar et al.
Bioinformation 15(9): 627-632 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Differential prolactin levels among male and female patients with thyroid related complains in the Hail regions of Saudi Arabia
Elawad Ahmed et al.
Bioinformation 15(9): 633-639 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Characterization of influenza A(H1N1)pdm09 isolates of Peru using High Resolution Melting, a post PCR molecular biology method

Priscila et al. Bioinformation 15(9): 640-645 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Molecular docking analysis of flavonoid compounds with HIV-1 Reverse transcriptase for the identification of potential effective inhibitors
El Alaoui et al. Bioinformation 15(9): 646-656 (2019)
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Research Article

Effect of Myristica fragrans extract on total body composition in cafeteria diet induced obese rats
Vangoori et al. Bioinformation 15(9): 657-665 (2019)
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Research Article

Insights into  evolutionary interaction patterns of the 'phosphorylation  activation segment' in kinase
Ahiri et al. Bioinformation 15(9): 666-677 (2019)
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Research Article

Analysis of glycoside hydrolases from oat (Avena sativa) seedling extract
Halima, Bioinformation 15(9): 678-688 (2019)
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Research Article

Genome wide identification and functional assignments of C2H2 Zinc-finger family transcription factors in Dichanthelium oligosanthes
Mahapatra et al. 15(9): 689-696 (2019)
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                                                                                                     Volume 15; Issue 8; August 2019

Research Article

Phyllanthus amarus protects against spatial memory impairment induced by lipopolysaccharide in mice
Alagan et al. Bioinformation 15(8): 535-541 (2019)
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Research Article
Annotation of a hypothetical protein coding gene PAS_chr2-2_0152 containing Lysine Methyl transferase SMYD domain from Komagataella phaffii GS115
Gogoi et al. Bioinformation 15(8): 542-547 (2019)
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Research Article
Functional association between NUCKS1 gene and Parkinson disease: A potential susceptibility biomarker
Singh & Seth, Bioinformation 15(8): 548-556 (2019) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central
 

Research Article

Virtual screening of a MDR-TB WhiB6 target identified by gene expression profiling
Vijayaraj et al. Bioinformation 15(8): 557-567 (2019)
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Highlights of Biosafety and Biosecurity Month (BBM) at the AIMST University and Perspectives on Biorisk Management
Bhore, Bioinformation 15(8): 568-571 (2019) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article
Homology modeling and molecular dynamics simulation study of beta carbonic anhydrase of Ascaris lumbricoides
Yadav & Khandelwal, Bioinformation 15(8): 572-578 (2019)
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Research Article
Proximate composition, phyto-chemicals, minerals and antioxidant activities of Vigna mungo L. seed coat
Arockianathan et al. Bioinformation 15(8): 579-585 (2019)
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Research Article

Pharmacophore and Docking-based sequential virtual screening for the identification of novel Sigma 1 receptor ligands
Alamri & Alamri, Bioinformation 15(8): 586-595 (2019)
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Image processing techniques for analyzing CT scan images towards the early detection of lung cancer
Wason & Nagarajan, Bioinformation 15(8): 596-599 (2019)
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Research Article

A comprehensive analysis of amino-peptidase N1 protein (APN) from Anopheles culicifacies for epitope design using Immuno-informatics models

Jakhar et al. Bioinformation 15(8): 600-612 (2019) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

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                                                                                                Volume 15 Issue 7; July 2019

Research Article
Molecular modelling and docking of Mus musculus HMGB1 inflammatory protein with CGA
Tripathi et al. Bioinformation 15(7): 467-473 (2019) PDF
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Research Article
Transcriptome based identification of silver stress responsive sRNAs from Bacillus cereus ATCC14579

Sridhar & Gayathri, Bioinformation 15(7): 474-479 (2019) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

Research Article
Identification of putative drought-responsive genes in rice using gene co-expression analysis
Lv et al. Bioinformation 15(7): 480-488 (2019) PDF
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Research Article
Functional signature analysis of extreme Prakriti endo-phenotypes in gut microbiome of western Indian rural population
Mobeen et al. Bioinformation 15(7): 490-505 (2019) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article
Inhibition studies of HBV DNA polymerase using seed extracts of Pongamia pinnata
Mathayan et al. Bioinformation 15(7): 506-512 (2019) PDF
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Research Article
Computer aided analysis of disease linked protein networks
Sabetian & Shamsir, Bioinformation 15(7): 513-522 (2019) PDF
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Research Article
Networking of predicted post-translational modification (PTM) sites in human EGFR
Malik et al. Bioinformation 15(7): 448-454 (2019) PDF
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Structure to function analysis with antigenic characterization of a hypothetical protein, HPAG1_0576 from Helicobacter pylori HPAG1
Ashrafi et al. Bioinformation 15(7): 456-466 (2019) PDF
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Design and evaluation of chalconeimine derivatives as α-amylase inhibitors
Balu et al. Bioinformation 15(7): 523-529 (2019) PDF
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Research Article
A combined view of B-cell epitope features in antigens
Zobayer et al. Bioinformation 15(7): 530-534 (2019) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

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                                                                        Volume 15 Issue 6; June 2019

Research Article

Data mining analysis of human gut microbiota links Fusobacterium spp. with colorectal cancer onset

Kharrat et al. Bioinformation 15(6): 372-379 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Molecular docking and ADMET analysis of hydroxamic acids as HDAC2 inhibitors

Alsawalha et al. Bioinformation 15(6): 380-387 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Prediction of normalized signal strength on DNA sequencing micro arrays by n-grams within a neural network model

Chilaka et al. Bioinformation 15(6): 388-393 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Molecular docking based design of Dengue NS5 methyltransferase inhibitors

Kausar et al. Bioinformation 15(6): 394-401 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Putative role of conserved water molecules in the hydration and inter-domain recognition of mono nuclear copper centers in O2-bound human ceruloplasmin: A comparative study between X-ray and MD simulated structures

Mukhopadhyay, Bioinformation 15(6): 402-411 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Phylogenetic insight of Nonribosomal peptide synthetases (NRPS) Adenylate domain in Antibacterial potential Streptomyces BDUSMP 02 isolated from Pitchavaram Mangrove

Sivalingam et al. Bioinformation 15(6): 412-418 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Identification of novel inhibitor targeting Fyn kinase using molecular docking analysis

Dharani et al. Bioinformation 15(6): 419-424 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Screening and GC-MS profiling of ethanolic extract of Tylophora pauciflora

Starlin et al. Bioinformation 15(6): 425-429 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Genomics of the OLIG family of a bHLH transcription factor associated with oligo dendrogenesis

Choudhury, Bioinformation 15(6): 430-438 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Virtual screening of inhibitors against Envelope glycoprotein of Chikungunya Virus: a drug repositioning approach

Agarwal et al. Bioinformation 15(6): 439-447 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

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                                                                    Volume 15 Issue 5; May 2019

Research Article

Protein-Protein interaction network analyses of human WNT proteins involved in neural development

Dahiya et al. Bioinformation 15(5): 307-314 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Annotation of a hypothetical protein (WP_002969292.1) from Brucella abortus

Rauthan et al. Bioinformation 15(5): 315-320 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Virtual screening of novel compounds as potential ERα inhibitors

Tilak Vijay et al. Bioinformation 15(5): 321-332 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Inclusion of pyridoxineto flaxseed cake in poultry feed improves productivity of omega-3 enriched eggs

Khan, Bioinformation 15(5): 333-337 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

MAPKDB: A MAP kinase database for signal transduction elements identification

Alshehri et al. Bioinformation 15(5): 338-341 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Fold combinations in multi-domain proteins

Naveenkumar et al. Bioinformation 15(5): 342-350 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Computational analysis of non-coding RNAs in Alzheimer's disease

Ashraf et al. Bioinformation 15(5): 351-357 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Review Article

A review on functional ingredients in red meat products

Kausar et al. Bioinformation 15(5): 358-363 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Drug-likeness prediction of designed analogues of isoniazid standard targeting FabI enzyme regulation from P. falciparum

Pandey et al. Bioinformation 15(5): 364-368 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

"Do my qPCR calculation", a web tool

Tournayre et al. Bioinformation 15(5): 369-372 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

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                                                                                    Volume 15 Issue 4; April 2019

Research Article

Molecular docking analysis of netropsin and novobiocin with the viral protein targets HABD, MTD and RCD

Alwabli et al. Bioinformation 15(4): 233-239 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Screening of caspase-3 inhibitors from natural molecule database using e-pharmacophore and docking studies

Reddy Eda et al. Bioinformation 15(4): 240-245 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Insights into Molecular Interactions of human Wnt5b and Frizzled proteins for their role in teratogenicity

Dahiya et al. Bioinformation 15(4): 246-254 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Phenylhydrazine hydrochloride induced dose dependent embryo cytotoxicity in zebrafish

Rajagopal et al. Bioinformation 15(4): 255-260 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Classification of Mycobacterium tuberculosis DR, MDR, XDR Isolates and Identification of Signature Mutation Pattern of Drug Resistance

Prasanna & Niranjan, Bioinformation 15(4): 261-268 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Gene mapping and molecular analysis of hereditary non-polyposis colorectal cancer (Lynch Syndrome) using systems biological approaches

Rasool et al. Bioinformation 15(4): 269-276 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Molecular docking and pharmacokinetic evaluation of natural compounds as targeted inhibitors against Crz1 protein in Rhizoctonia solani

Malik et al. Bioinformation 15(4): 277-286 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Structure-based virtual screening and molecular docking for the identification of potential novel EGFR kinase inhibitors against ovarian cancer

Wali Sait et al. Bioinformation 15(4): 287-294 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

PocketPipe: A computational pipeline for integrated Pocketome prediction and comparison

Samdani et al. Bioinformation 15(4): 295-298 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

A comparative analysis of BCL-2 family

Choudhury, Bioinformation 15(4): 299-306 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

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Volume 15 Issue 3; March 2019

Research Article

Re-annotation for hypothetical protein CA803_03125 of Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus strain SO-1977 isolated from Sudan

Mohamed et al. Bioinformation 15(3): 160-164 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Genome-wide identification of the SPL gene family in Dichanthelium oligosanthes

Hussain & Nanda, Bioinformation 15(3): 165-171 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Effect of Salvia officinalis L. and Rosmarinus officinalis L. leaves extracts on anxiety and neural activity

Choukairi et al. Bioinformation 15(3): 172-178 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Molecular docking analysis of candidate compounds derived from medicinal plants with type 2 diabetes mellitus targets

Singh et al. Bioinformation 15(3): 179-188 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Impact of omega-3 fatty acids on calorie intake and certain anthropometric measurements in children with sickle cell disease in Saudi Arabia

Khan et al. Bioinformation 15(3): 189-193 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Impact of rotavirus and hepatitis A virus by worldwide climatic changes during the period between 2000 and 2013

Tarek et al. Bioinformation 15(3): 194-200 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Molecular docking based screening analysis of GSK3B

Joseph et al. Bioinformation 15(3): 201-208 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Dtar-Finder: program for drug target identification and characterization in bacteria

Sudha & Prasad, Bioinformation 15(3): 209-213 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Analysis of salt-bridges in prolyl oligopeptidase from Pyrococcus furiosus and Homo sapiens

Bandyopadhyay et al. Bioinformation 15(3): 214-225 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Phytochemical screening, antioxidant activity and inhibitory potential of Ficus carica and Olea europaea leaves

Ayoub et al. Bioinformation 15(3): 226-232 (2019)  PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

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Volume 15 Issue 2; February 2019

Research Article

Design of novel JAK3 Inhibitors towards Rheumatoid Arthritis using molecular docking analysis

Jain et al. Bioinformation 15(2): 68-78 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Structural insights from water-ferredoxin interaction in mesophilic algae and halophilic archaea

Bandyopadhyay et al. Bioinformation 15(2): 79-89 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

A Comparison on Some Interval Mapping Approaches for QTL Detection

Akond et al. Bioinformation 15(2): 90-94 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Insight into the Salt Bridge of Malate Dehydrogenase from H. salinarum and E. coli

Bandyopadhyay et al. Bioinformation 15(2): 95-103 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

FLT3 inhibitor design using molecular docking based virtual screening for acute myeloid leukemia

Gokhale et al. Bioinformation 15(2): 104-115 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Re-positioning of known drugs for Pim-1 kinase target using molecular docking analysis

Arrouchi et al. Bioinformation 15(2): 116-120 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Virtual Screening of IL-6 Inhibitors for Idiopathic Arthritis

Shukla et al. Bioinformation 15(2): 121-130 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Insights from the molecular docking analysis of phytohormone reveal brassinolide interaction with HSC70 from Pennisetum glaucum

Gugulothu et al. Bioinformation 15(2): 131-138 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Design of PD-L1 inhibitors for lung cancer

Udhwani et al. Bioinformation 15(2): 139-150 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Computational classification of MocR transcriptional regulators into subgroups as a support for experimental and functional characterization

Pascarella, Bioinformation 15(2): 151-159 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

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Volume 15 Issue 1; January 2019

 

Research Article

Tracking iron oxide labelled mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in a rat model of hepatic cirrhosis
Noorwali et al. Bioinformation 15(1): 1-10 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central
 

Research Article
Molecular docking analysis of nuclear factor-κB and genistein interaction in the context of breast cancer
Mukund et al. Bioinformation 15(1): 11-17 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central
 

Research Article
Identification of potential drug targets and vaccine candidates in Clostridium botulinum using subtractive genomics approach
Sudha et al. Bioinformation 15(1): 18-25 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central
 

Research Article
Classification of functional Metagenomes Recovered from Different Environmental Samples
Akond et al. Bioinformation 15(1): 26-31 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central
 

Research Article
Phytochemicals as alternatives to antibiotics against major pathogens involved in bovine respiratory disease (BRD) and bovine mastitis (BM)
Rajamanickam et al. Bioinformation 15(1): 32-35 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central
 

Research Article
Polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHA) genes Database
Alamgeer, Bioinformation 15(1): 36-39 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central
 

Review
A review on PIM kinases in tumors
Arrouchi et al. Bioinformation 15(1): 40-45 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central
 

Research Article
Molecular characterization of leaf spot fungi using internal transcribed spacer (ITS) based phylogenetic inference
Chitrakani et al. Bioinformation 15(1): 46-54 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central
 

Research Article
Oncogenic Human Papillomavirus involvement in epithelial ovarian carcinoma among women in Morocco
Ait Hammou et al. Bioinformation 15(1): 55-60 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central
 

Research Article
Stability of buried and networked salt-bridges (BNSB)in thermophilic proteins
Bandyopadhyay et al. Bioinformation 15(1): 61-67 (2019) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT, DOI, PubMed Central

 

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