Hypothesis

Identification and characterization of cresol degrading Pseudomonas monteilii strain SHY from Soil samples

Krishnan et al. Bioinformation 14(9): 455-464 (2018) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT

 

Hypothesis

Screening and analysis of acetyl-cholinesterase (AChE) inhibitors in the context of Alzheimer’s disease

Khan et al. Bioinformation 14(8): 414-429 (2018) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT

 

Hypothesis

Phytochemical analysis and broad spectrum antimicrobial activity of ethanolic extract of Jasminum mesnyi Hance leaves and its solvent partitioned fractions

Verma et al. Bioinformation 14(8): 430-439 (2018) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT

 

Hypothesis

In silico analysis of onion chitinases using transcriptome data
Mohapatra & Nanda. Bioinformation 14(8): 440-445 (2018) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT

 

Views

Bioinformation Informs the Allostasiome: Translational Environmental Restoration (TER) for the Climate Crisis Medical Emergency

Chiappelli. Bioinformation 14(8): 446-448 (2018) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT

 

Software Model

Towards Personalized Medicine: An Improved De Novo Assembly Procedure for Early Detection of Drug Resistant HIV Minor Quasispecies in Patient Samples

Huang et al. Bioinformation 14(8): 449-454 (2018) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT

 

Hypothesis

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
 

Hypothesis

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

 

Hypothesis
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

 

Hypothesis
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

 

Hypothesis
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

 

Hypothesis
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
 

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

Hypothesis
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
 

Hypothesis
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

 

Review

A review on the nutritional, medicinal, molecular and genome attributes of Durian (Durio zibethinus L.), the King of fruits in Malaysia

Husin et al. Bioinformation 14(6): 265-270 (2018) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT

 

Hypothesis

Biodegradation effects of o-cresol by Pseudomonas monteilii SHY on mustard seed germination

Krishnan et al. Bioinformation 14(6): 271-278 (2018) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT

 

Hypothesis

Binding property of HIV p24 and Reverse transcriptase by chalcones from Pongamia pinnata seeds

Mathaiyan et al. Bioinformation 14(6): 279- 284 (2018) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT

 

Hypothesis

Screening, Purification and Characterization of Protease Inhibitor from Capsicum frutescens

Mohan et al. Bioinformation 14(6): 285-293 (2018) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT

 

Hypothesis

Computational studies on Begomoviral AC2/C2 proteins
Babu et al. Bioinformation 14(6): 294-303 (2018) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT
 

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Screening, isolation and characterization of biosurfactant producing Bacillus subtilis strain ANSKLAB03
Nayarisseri et al. Bioinformation 14(6): 304-314 (2018) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT
 

Hypothesis
Comparative analysis of prokaryotic and eukaryotic transcription factors using machine-learning techniques
Chowdhury & Bagchi. Bioinformation 14(6): 315-326 (2018) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT

 

Hypothesis

Designing novel inhibitors against Mycobacterium tuberculosis FadA5 (acetyl-CoA acetyltransferase) by virtual screening of known anti-tuberculosis (bioactive) compounds
Jaiswal et al. Bioinformation 14(6): 327-336 (2018) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT

 

Hypothesis

Linking common non-coding RNAs of human lung cancer and M. tuberculosis
Barh et al. Bioinformation 14(6): 337-345 (2018) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT

 

Views

Astrobiology - an opposing view
Shapshak. Bioinformation 14(6): 346-349 (2018) PDF, HTML ABSTRACT

 

Hypothesis

Design of peptide epitope from the neuraminidase protein of influenza A and influenza B towards short peptide vaccine development

Sankar et al. Bioinformation 14(5): 183-189 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

Hypothesis

PROPAB: Computation of Propensities and Other Properties from Segments of 3D structure of Proteins

Islam et al. Bioinformation 14(5): 190-193 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

Hypothesis

Insights from the sequence similarity of Zika virus proteins with the Human nerve proteins

Marsakatla et al. Bioinformation 14(5): 194-200 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

Hypothesis

Future Innovations in Viral Immune Surveillance: A Novel Place for Bioinformation and Artificial Intelligence in the Administration of Health Care

Chiappelli et al. Bioinformation 14(5): 201-205 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

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Structure modeling to function prediction of Uncharacterized Human Protein C15orf41

Ahmed et al. Bioinformation 14(5): 206-212 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

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Prediction of Protein Acetylation Sites using Kernel Naive Bayes Classifier Based on Protein Sequences Profiling

Ahmed et al. Bioinformation 14(5): 213-218 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

Hypothesis

Insights from the Molecular modeling, docking analysis of illicit drugs and Bomb Compounds with Honey Bee Odorant Binding Proteins (OBPs)

Langeswaran et al. Bioinformation 14(5): 219-231 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

Hypothesis

Molecular Docking Analysis of Pyrimethamine Derivatives with Plasmodium falciparum Dihydrofolate Reductase

Singh & Mishra. Bioinformation 14(5): 232-235 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

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Comparative evaluation of anti-angiogenic effects of noscapine derivatives

Meher et al. Bioinformation 14(5): 236-240 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

Hypothesis

Selection of Luteolin as a potential antagonist from molecular docking analysis of EGFR mutant

Ambrose et al. Bioinformation 14(5): 241-247 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

Hypothesis

Study on Regulation of Low Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol Metabolism using PCSK9 Gene Silencing: A computational Approach

Vijayaraghavan et al. Bioinformation 14(5): 248-251 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

Hypothesis

Polymorphism studies on microRNA targetome of thalassemia

Galehdari et al. Bioinformation 14(5): 252-258 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

Hypothesis

Detection of severity in Alzheimer’s disease (AD) using computational modeling

Kim et al. Bioinformation 14(5): 259-264 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

Hypothesis

Molecular modeling, docking and protein-protein interaction analysis of MAPK signalling cascade involved in Camalexin biosynthesis in Brassica rapa

Gaur et al. Bioinformation 14(4): 145-152 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

Hypothesis

Biomarker Identification from RNA-Seq Data using a Robust Statistical Approach

Akond et al. Bioinformation 14(4): 153-163 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

Software

ASBAAC: Automated Salt-Bridge and AromaticAromatic Calculator

Roy & Datta. Bioinformation 14(4): 164-166 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

Review

Computer-Aided Multi-Target Management of Emergent Alzheimer’s Disease

Kim & Han. Bioinformation 14(4): 167-180 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

Web Server

LSAT: Liliaceae Simple Sequences Analysis Tool, a web server

Biswas et al. Bioinformation 14(4): 181-182 (2018) PDF, HTML_ABSTRACT

 

Hypothesis

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

 

Hypothesis

Analysis of antibiotics resistant genes in different strains of Staphylococcus aureus

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

 

Hypothesis

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

 

Hypothesis

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

 

Hypothesis

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

 

Hypothesis

Screening of Human Proteins for Fluoride and Aluminum Binding

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

 

Hypothesis

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

 

Hypothesis

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

 

Hypothesis

Molecular docking based screening of Noggin inhibitors

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

 

Hypothesis

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

 

Hypothesis

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

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

 

Hypothesis

Artificial Intelligence and brain

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

 

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