N. Srinivasan
N. Srinivasan
Professor, Molecular Biophysics Unit, Indian Institute of Science
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The TRANSPARENT TESTA GLABRA1 Locus, Which Regulates Trichome Differentiation and Anthocyanin Biosynthesis in Arabidopsis, Encodes a WD40 Repeat …
AR Walker, PA Davison, AC Bolognesi-Winfield, CM James, N Srinivasan, ...
The Plant Cell 11 (7), 1337-1349, 1999
9541999
PIC: protein interactions calculator
KG Tina, R Bhadra, N Srinivasan
Nucleic acids research 35 (suppl_2), W473-W476, 2007
8212007
Structure of pentameric human serum amyloid P component
J Emsley, HE White, BP O'hara, G Oliva, N Srinivasan, IJ Tickle, ...
Nature 367 (6461), 338-345, 1994
5861994
Knowledge-based protein modeling
MS Johnson, N Srinivasan, R Sowdhamini, TL Blundell
Critical reviews in biochemistry and molecular biology 29 (1), 1-68, 1994
3341994
Cloning of mouse ptx3, a new member of the pentraxin gene family expressed at extrahepatic sites
M Introna, VV Alles, M Castellano, G Picardi, L De Gioia, B Bottazzai, ...
2731996
Prediction of the stability of protein mutants based on structural environment-dependent amino acid substitution and propensity tables.
CM Topham, N Srinivasan, TL Blundell
Protein engineering 10 (1), 7-21, 1997
2341997
Conformations of disulfide bridges in proteins
N Srinivasan, R Sowdhamini, C Ramakrishnan, P Balaram
International journal of peptide and protein research 36 (2), 147-155, 1990
2251990
Molecular evolution and domain structure of plasminogen‐related growth factors (HGF/SF and HGF1/MSP)
LE Donate, N Srinivasan, R Sowdhamini, E Gherardi, TL Blundell, ...
Protein Science 3 (12), 2378-2394, 1994
2241994
Stereochemical modeling of disulfide bridges. Criteria for introduction into proteins by site-directed mutagenesis
R Sowdhamini, N Srinivasan, B Shoichet, DV Santi, C Ramakrishnan, ...
Protein Engineering, Design and Selection 3 (2), 95-103, 1989
2201989
A genomic perspective of protein kinases in Plasmodium falciparum
N Srinivasan, A Krupa
Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics 58 (1), 180-189, 2005
1772005
Structural modes of stabilization of permissive phosphorylation sites in protein kinases: distinct strategies in Ser/Thr and Tyr kinases
A Krupa, G Preethi, N Srinivasan
Journal of molecular biology 339 (5), 1025-1039, 2004
1772004
On the potential significance of the enzymatic activity of mite allergens to immunogenicity. Clues to structure and function revealed by molecular characterization
C Robinson, NA Kalsheker, N Srinivasan, CM King, DR Garrod, ...
Clinical & Experimental Allergy 27 (1), 10-21, 1997
1431997
An evaluation of the performance of an automated procedure for comparative modelling of protein tertiary structure
N Srinivasan, TL Blundell
Protein Engineering, Design and Selection 6 (5), 501-512, 1993
1381993
Symmetry, stability, and dynamics of multidomain and multicomponent protein systems
TL Blundell, N Srinivasan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 93 (25), 14243-14248, 1996
1281996
Comparative analyses of pentraxins: implications for protomer assembly and ligand binding
N Srinivasan, HE White, J Emsley, SP Wood, MB Pepys, TL Blundell
Structure 2 (11), 1017-1027, 1994
1251994
Comparative modelling of major house dust mite allergen Der p I: structure validation using an extended environmental amino acid propensity table
CM Topham, N Srinivasan, CJ Thorpe, JP Overington, NA Kalsheker
Protein Engineering, Design and Selection 7 (7), 869-894, 1994
1211994
Identification of Specific DNA Binding Residues in the TCP Family of Transcription Factors in Arabidopsis  
P Aggarwal, M Das Gupta, AP Joseph, N Chatterjee, N Srinivasan, U Nath
The Plant Cell 22 (4), 1174-1189, 2010
1192010
PALI—a database of Phylogeny and ALIgnment of homologous protein structures
S Balaji, S Sujatha, SSC Kumar, N Srinivasan
Nucleic Acids Research 29 (1), 61-65, 2001
1182001
A short survey on protein blocks
AP Joseph, G Agarwal, S Mahajan, JC Gelly, LS Swapna, B Offmann, ...
Biophysical reviews 2 (3), 137-145, 2010
1142010
Interaction preferences across protein-protein interfaces of obligatory and non-obligatory components are different
S De, O Krishnadev, N Srinivasan, N Rekha
BMC structural biology 5 (1), 1-16, 2005
1112005
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