UM-DAE-CEBS Publications 2017

2 Conformational dynamics of Peb4 exhibit “mother’s arms” chain model: A molecular dynamics study
S. C. Dantu, S. Khavnekar, A. Kale
Journal of Biomolecular Structure & Dynamics,, 35 (2017) 2186-2196.

3 Structural insights into dynamics of RecU-HJ complex formation elucidates key role of NTR and stalk region towards formation of reactive state
S. Khavnekar, S. C. Dantu, S. Sedelnikova, S. Ayora, J. Rafferty and A. Kale
Nucleic Acid Research, 45 (2017) 975–986.

4 Structural investigations into the binding mode of a novel noscapine analogue, 9-(4-vinylphenyl) noscapine, by biochemical analyses and molecular dynamic simulations
T. Mahaddalkar, P.K. Naik, S. Choudhary, N. Manchukonda, S. Kantevari and M. Lopus
Journal of Biomolecular Structure & Dynamics, 35 (2017) 2475-2484.

5 Tubulin-targeted cancer chemotherapeutics: Advances and challenges (Editorial)
M. Lopus
Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry, 17 (2017) 2522.

6 From natural products to designer drugs: Development and molecular mechanisms action of novel anti-microtubule breast cancer therapeutics
T. Mahaddalkar and M. Lopus
Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry, 17 (2017) 2559-2568.

7 Elucidation of the tubulin-targeted mechanism of action of 9-(3-pyridyl) noscapine
S. Pradhan, T. Mahaddalkar, S. Choudhary, N. K. Manchukonda, P.R. Nagireddy, S. Kantevari and M. Lopus
Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry, 17 (2017) 2475-2484.

8 Hemin is able to disaggregate lysozyme amyloid fibrils into monomers
S. Sonavane, S. Z. Haider, A. Kumar and B. Ahmad
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Proteins and Proteomics, 1865 A (2017) 1315-1325.

9 Understanding curcumin-induced modulation of protein aggregation.
B. Ahmad, M. S. Borana and A. P. Chaudhary
International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 100 (2017) 89-96.

10 Unfolding of CPR3 gets initiated at the active site and proceeds via two intermediates
V. K. Shukla, J. S.Singh, N. Vispute, B. Ahmad, A. Kumar and R.V. Hosur
Biophysical Journal, 112 (2017) 605-619.

11 A comparative study of fibrillation kinetics of two homologous proteins under identical solution condition
A. P. Chaudhary, N. H. Vispute, V. K. Shukla and B. Ahmad
Biochimie, 132 (2017) 75-84.

12 Effects of triphala and guggul aqueous extracts on inhibition of protein fibrillation and dissolution of preformed fibrils
S. N. Save and S. Choudhary
RSC Adv., 7 (2017) 20460-20468.

13 Ultra-high resolution in low field tabletop NMR spectrometers
R. Kavitha, V. M. R. Kakita and R. V. Hosur
RSC Adv., 7 (2017) 49102–49104.

14 Structural features of FAP174, a MYCBP-1 orthologue from Chlamydomonas reinhardtii, revealed by computational and experimental analyses.
M. Yogesha, V. G. Rao, E. A. F. Martis, E. C. Coutinho, H. Gohlke, S. Chidangil, P. M. Dongre and J. S. D'Souza
RSC Adv., 7 (2017) 51391-51402.

15 Anion induced dediazotization of in situ generated aniline diazonium compounds in direct C-H arylation of heteroarenes: An experimental and computational study
A. Kharade, M. Patil and M. Patil
Chemistry Select, 2 (2017) 1711– 1716.

16 Revised mechanism of the α-ketoacid hydroxylamine amide forming ligations
M. Patil
Org. Biomol. Chem., 15 (2017) 416 – 425.

17 Synthesis of imidazoaryl-BODIPy derivatives for anion sensing applications
S. Dixit and N. Agarwal
J. Photochem. Photobio. A: Chem., 343 (2017) 66-71.

18 Synthesis, photophysical, electrochemical and electroluminescence studies of red emitting phosphorescent Ir(III) heteroleptic complexes
F. Ali, P. K. Nayak, N. Periasamy and N. Agarwal
J. Chem. Sci., 129 (2017) 1391-1398.

19 Synthesis and studies of imidazoanthraquinone derivatives for applications in organic electronics
B. K. Sharma, S. Dixit, S. Chacko, R. M. Kamble and N. Agarwal
Eur. J. Org. Chem, (2017) 4389-4400.

20 Mechanism of initiation, association, and formation of amyloid fibrils modelled with the N-terminal peptide fragment, IKYLEFIS, of myoglobin G-helix
S. Patel, Y. U. Sasidhar and K. V. R. Chary
J. Phys. Chem. B, 121 (2017) 7536-7549.

21 Optically controlled electron-transfer reaction kinetics and solvation dynamics: Effect of Franck−Condon states
K. Gupta, A. Patra, K. Dhole, A. K. Samanta and S. K. Ghosh
J. Phys. Chem. Lett., 8 (2017) 4545−4549.

22 Efficient strategy for enhancement of visible light photocatalytic activity of NaTaO3 by a significant extent
B. Modak, P. Modak and S. K. Ghosh
J. Phys. Chem. C, 121(2017) 12980-12990.

23 A computational investigation of the red and blue shifts in hydrogen bonded systems
M. Das and S. K Ghosh
J. Chem. Sci., 129 (2017) 975–981

24 Synergistic enhancement in the drug sequestration power and reduction in the cytotoxicity of surfactants
R. Kalel, A. K. Mora, B. S. Patro, D. K. Palit and S. Nath
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 19 (2017) 25446-25455

25 Backbone and side-chain resonance assignments of Plasmodium falciparum SUMO
J. S. Singh, V. K. Shukla, M. Gujrati, R. K. Mishra and A. Kumar
Biomol NMR Assign, 11 (2017) 17-20

26 Exploring metal decorated porphyrin-like porous fullerene as catalyst for oxygen reduction reaction: A DFT study
B. Modak, K. Srinivasu and S. K. Ghosh
International J. Hydrogen Energy, 42 (2017) 2278-2287

27 Temperature dependent magnetic Compton profiles and first-principles strategies of quaternary half-Heusler alloy Co1-xCuxMnSb (0 ≤ x ≤ 0.8)
K. Kumar, A. Dashora, N. L. Heda, H. Sakurai, N. Tsuji, M. Itou, Y. Sakurai and B. L. Ahuja
J. Physics.: Condensed Matter, 29 (2017) 425805

28 Critical analysis of soft point contact Andreev reflection spectra between superconducting films and pressed In
P. Parab, P. Chauhan, H. Muthurajan and S. Bose
J. Physics: Condensed Matter, 29 (2017) 135901

29 Superconductivity in immiscible Nb–Cu nanocomposite films
P. Parab, V. Bagwe, B. Chalke, H. Muthurajan, P. Raychaudhuri and S. Bose
Superconductor Science and Technology, 30 (2017) 055005

30 Growth of nano-composites and nano-alloys of Cu-Nb thin films
P. Parab, P. Bhui and S Bose
Thin Solid Films, 622 (2017)148-152

31 Dynamic transition from Mott-like to metal-like state of the vortex lattice in a superconducting film with a periodic array of holes
I. Roy, P. Chauhan, H. Singh, S. Kumar, J. Jesudasan, P. Parab, R. Sensarma, S .Bose and P. Raychaudhuri
Physical Review B, 95 (2017) 054513

32 Semi-decoupled band and other high-spin band structures in 188Pt
S. Mukhopadhyay, D. C. Biswas, S. K. Tandel, S. Frauendorf, L. S. Danu, P. N. Prashanth, B. N. Joshi, G. K. Prajapati, B.V. John, S. Nag, T. Trivedi, S. Saha, J. Sethi, R. Palit and P. K. Joshi
Physical Review C, 96 (2017) 014315

33 Cluster decay in super–allowed α decay region
A. Bhagwat, R. J. Liotta
Physical Review C, 96 (2017) 031302(R)

34 Shear viscosity of two-flavor inhomogenous color superconducting quark matter
S. Sarkar and R. Sharma
Physical Review D, 96 (2017) 094025

35 Gravitational memory for uniformly accelerated observers
S. Kolekar and J. Louko
Physical Review D, 96 (2017) 024054

36 Sufficient conditions for the additivity of stall forces generated by multiple filaments or motor
T. Bameta, D. Das, D. Das, R. Padinhateeri and M. M. Inamdar
Physical Review E, 95 (2017) 022406

37 Analysis of 11Be + p elastic scattering using BHF approach
M. Sharma, W. Haider and A. Bhagwat
J. Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics, 44 (2017) 105107

38 Timing and spectral study of IGR J19294+1816 with the RXTE: The discovery of cyclotron features
J. Roy, M. Choudhury and P. C. Agrawal
The Astrophysical Journal, 848 (2017) 124

39 A precise measurement of the orbital period parameters of cygnus X-3
Y. Bhargava, A. R. Rao, K. P. Singh, M. Choudhury, S. Bhattacharyya, S. Chandra, G. C. Dewangan, K. Mukerjee, G. C. Stewart, D. Bhattacharya, N. P. S. Mithun and S. V. Vadawale
The Astrophysical Journal, 849 (2017) 141

40 Multiwavelength variability study of the classical BL Lac object PKS 0735+178 on timescales ranging from decades to minutes
A. Goyal, L. Stawarz, M. Ostrowski, V. Larionov, Gopal-Krishna, P. J. Wiita, S. Joshi, M. Soida and I. Agudo
Astrophysical Journal, 837 (2017) 127-146

41 On the incidence of MgII absorbers along the blazar sightlines
S. Mishra, H. Chand, Gopal-Krishna, R. Joshi, Y. A. Shchekinov and T. A. Fatkhullin
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 473 (2017) 5154-5164

42 Multi-epoch intranight optical monitoring of eight radio-quiet BL Lac candidates
P. Kumar, Gopal-Krishna, C. S. Stalin, H. Chand, R. Srianand and P. Petitjean
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 471 (2017) 606-616

43 Tungsten-doped TiO2/reduced graphene oxide nano-composite photo-catalyst for degradation of phenol: A system to reduce surface and bulk electron-hole recombination
M. Yadav, A. Yadava, R. Fernandes, Y. Popat, M. Orlandi, A.Dashora, D. C. Kothari, A. Miotello, B. L. Ahuja and N. Patel
J. Environ. Manag, 203 (2017) 364

44 Liquid-gas phase transition in hot asymmetric matter with NL3
B. K. Sharma and A. Bhagwat
Acta Physica Polonica B, 48 (2017) 195-205

45 Symmetries in mirror energy differences
S. Kumar, V. Kumar and D. Negi
Acta Physica Polonica B, 48 (2017) 819

46 One-dimensional chain collisions with different intermediate mass systems
R. Raman, A. Amitabh and V. A. Singh
Student Journal of Physics, 6(2017) 130-137

47 MYC-binding protein-1 is an R2D2 protein
J. S. D'Souza
J. Cell Signalling, 2 (2017) 161

48 An emerging class of A-kinase anchoring proteins are R2D2-like
J. S. D'Souza
International Biology Review, 1 (2017) 1-40

49 Defects in the ratio of the dynein isoform, DHC11 in the long-flagella mutants of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii
M. P. Sequeira, S. Sinha, M. J. Motiwalla, V. G. Rao and J. S. D'Souza
Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 482 (2017) 610-614

50 Biotechnological applications of marine enzymes from algae, bacteria, fungi and sponges
S. Parte, V. L. Sirisha and J. S. D’Souza
Advances in Food and Nutrition Research, 80 (2017) 75-106

51 Tryptone-stabilized gold nanoparticles target tubulin and inhibit cell viability by inducing an unusual form of cell cycle arrest
T. Mahaddalkar, S. Mehta, S. Cheriyamundath, H. Muthurajan and M. Lopus
Experimental Cell Research, 360 (2017) 163-170

52 Induction of acetylation and bundling of cellular microtubules by 9-(4-vinylphenyl) noscapine elicits S-phase arrest in MDA-MB-231 cells
S. Cheriyamundath, T. Mahaddalkar, S. Kantevari and M. Lopus
Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy, 86 (2017) 74-80

53 The untapped potential: Understanding algal sulphated polysaccharides and their applications: A review.
A. K. Prusty and V. L. Sirisha
International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Health Care, 5 (2017) 1-29

54 In vitro callus and cell suspension cultures and HPTLC analysis for detection of enhanced glycyrrhizin production in Abrus precatorius
A. Jain, V. L. Sirisha, P. Raghavendra, S. Singh and A. Jain
J. Indian Botanical Society, Special Volume (2017) 347-360

55 Computational analysis in influenza virus
R. Chavan, S. Bapat, V. Patil, A. Chowdhary and A. Kale
Receptors & Clinical Investigation, 4 (2017) 1-11

56 Genetic modifications of horticultural plants by induced mutations and transgenic approach
P. Suprasanna, T. R. Ganapathi, S. B. Ghag and S. M. Jain
Acta Horticulturae (ISHS), 1187 (2017) 219-232

57 Genetically modified bananas: To mitigate food security concerns
S. B. Ghag and T. R. Ganapathi
Scientia Horticulturae, 214 (2017) 91-98

58 Host induced gene silencing, an emerging science to engineer crop resistance against harmful plant pathogens
S. B. Ghag
Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology, 100 (2017) 242-254

59 Schur-Weyl duality for special orthogonal groups
S. Garge and A. Nebhani
Journal of Lia Algebra, 27 (2017) 251-270

60 Mahatma Gandhi and IPA award winning problem
V. A. Singh
Bull. IAPT, 9 (2017) 191-192

61 Control of magnetofluidic laser scattering of aqueous magnetic fluids
C. Pai, V. B. Varma, R. Srinivasan, R. Nagarajan and R. V. Ramanujan
IEEE Magnetics Letters, 8 (2017)

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