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A statistical geometry analysis of simulated water-DMSO and water-MeCN binary mixtures for biomolecular studies
Yadav & Choudhury, Bioinformation 14(7): 350-356 (2018) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT
 

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tRNA diversification among uncultured archeon clones
Shawan et al. Bioinformation 14(7): 357-360 (2018) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT

 

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Phylogenetic Analysis of the vesicular fusion SNARE machinery revealing its functional divergence across Eukaryotes
Khurana et al. Bioinformation 14(7): 361-368 (2018) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT

 

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Toxic Dose prediction of Chemical Compounds to Biomarkers using an ANOVA based Gene Expression Analysis
Hasan et al. Bioinformation 14(7): 369-377 (2018) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT

 

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Molecular docking analysis of phytoconstituent from Momordica charantia with Guanylate Cyclase catalytic domain
Ghanta et al. Bioinformation 14(7): 378-383 (2018) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT

 

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A specific QSAR model for proteasome inhibitors from Oleaeuropaea and Ficuscarica
Ayoub et al. Bioinformation 14(7): 384-392 (2018) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT


Transcriptome wide identification and characterization of Starch Synthase enzyme in finger millet
Tyagi et al. Bioinformation 14(7): 393-397 (2018) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT
 

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Analysis of Hepatitis E virus (HEV) X-domain structural model
Thakur et al. Bioinformation 14(7): 398-403 (2018) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT
 

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A rapid identification technique for drug-resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolates using mismatch-specific cleavage enzyme
Jaramillo et al. Bioinformation 14(7): 404-407 (2018) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT
 

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Identification of therapeutic targets for inflammation in sickle cell disease (SCD) among Indian patients using gene expression data analysis
Das et al. Bioinformation 14(7): 408-413 (2018) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT

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