UM-DAE-CEBS Publications 2015

1 Novel (3,2)D- reduced dimensionality experiments and their automated analysis: Implications to high-throughput structural studies on proteins
J. G. Reddy, D. Kumar and R. V. Hosur
Magn. Reson. Chem., 53(2015) 79-87)

2 Molten globule nature of Plasmodium falciparum P2 homo-tetramer
P. Mishra, S. Choudhary, S. Mukherjee, D. Sengupta, S. Sharma and R.V. Hosur
Biochem. Biophys. Reports, 1 (2015) 97-107)

3 Ribosomal Protein P2 from apicomplexan parasite, Toxoplasma gondii is intrinsically a molten globule
P. Mishra, S. Choudhary and R. V. Hosur
Biophysical Chem., 200-201 (2015) 27-33)

4 Thermodynamic insights into drug-surfactant interactions: study of the interactions of naporxen, diclofenac sodium, neomycin, and lincomycin with hexadecytrimethylammonium bromide by using isothermal titrationcalorimetry
S. Choudhary, P. Talele and N. Kishore
Colloids Surf B Biointerfaces, 132 (2015) 313-321

5 Inhibition of insulin fibrillation by osmolytes: Mechanistic Insights
S. Choudhary, Nand Kishore, and R. V. Hosur
Sci. Rep., 5 (2015) 17599

6 Design, synthesis and biological evaluation of di-substituted noscapine analogs as potent and microtubule-targeted anticancer agents
R. C. Mishra, S. R. Gundala, P. Karna, M. Lopus, K. K. Gupta, M. Nagaraju, D. Hamelberg, V. Tandon, D. Panda, M. D. Reid and R. Aneja
Bioorg. Med. Chem. Lett., 25 (2015) 2133-2140

7 Rational design of biphenyl pharmacophore substituted noscapine derivatives as potent tubulin binding anticancer compounds
S. Santoshi, N. K. Manchukonda, C. Suri, M. Sharma, B. Sridhar, S. Joseph, M. Lopus, S. Kantevari, I. Baitharu and P. K. Naik
J. Comput. Aided Mol. Des., 29 (2015) 249-270

8 Taking aim at a dynamic target: Noscapinoids as microtubule-targeted cancer therapeutics
M. Lopus and P. K. Naik
Pharmacol Rep., 67 (2015) 56-62

9 TPd-catalyzed regioselective arylation on C-5 position of N-aryl 1,2,3-Triazoles
K. B. D. Yamajala, M. Patil and S. Banerjee
J. Org. Chem., 80 (2015) 3003-3011

10 Vibrational relaxation as the driving force for wavelength conversion in the peridinin chlorophyll a-protein
J. Götze, B. Karasulu, M. Patil and W. Thiel
Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 1847 (2015) 1509-1517

11 Curcumin promotes fibril formation in F Isomer of human serum albumin via amorphous aggregation
N. Mothi, S. Muthu, A. Kale and B. Ahmad
Biophys. Chem, 207 (2015) 30-39

12 Synthesis of highly emissive 1,8-diaryl anthracene derivatives for organic light emitting devices: Substituent effect on fabrication of micro/nanostructure
N. Agarwal, M. Patil and M. Patil
RSC Adv., 5 (2015) 98447–98455

13 Transverse wobbling in 135Pr
J. T. Matta, U. Garg, W. Li, S. Frauendorf, A. D. Ayangeakaa, D. Patel, K. W. Schlax, R. Palit, S. Saha, J. Sethi, T. Trivedi, S. S. Ghugre, R. Raut, A. K. Sinha, R. V. F. Janssens, S. Zhu, M. P. Carpenter, T. Lauritsen, D. Seweryniak, C. J. Chiara, F. G. Kondev, D. J. Hartley, C. M. Petrache, S. Mukhopadhyay, D. Vijaya Lakshmi, M. Kumar Raju, P. V. MadhusudhanaRao, S. K. Tandel, S. Ray and F. Donau
Physical Review Letters, 114 (2015) 082501

14 Role of neutrons in the coexistence of magnetic and antimagnetic rotation bands in 107Cd
D. Choudhury, R. Palit, P. Singh, J. Sethi, S. Saha, S. Biswas, H. C. Jain, V. Nanal, R. G. Pillay, R. Donthi, S.K. Jadhav, B.S. Naidu, B. Maheshwari, A. K. Jain, S. C. Pancholi, R. P. Singh, S. Mukhopadhyay, D. C. Biswas, L. S. Danu, S. K. Tandel, L. Chaturvedi, K. R. Devi and S. Singh
Physical Review C, 91 (2015) 014318

15 Microscopic investigations of α emitters close to the N = Z line
J. P. Maharana, A. Bhagwat and Y. K. Gambhir
Physical Review C, 91 (2015) 047301

16 Consistent description of cluster decay phenomenon in trans actinide nuclei
Ameya Bhagwat and R. J. Liotta
Physical Review C, 92 (2015) 044312

17 Rotation-aligned isomer and oblate collectivity in 196Pt
S. G. Wahid, S. K. Tandel, P. Chowdhury, R. V. Janssens, M. P. Carpenter, T. L. Khoo, F. G. Kondev, T. Lauritsen, C. J. Lister, D. Seweryniak and S. Zhu
Physical Review C, 92 (2015) 054323

18 High spin spectroscopy and shape coexistence in 73As
M. K. Raju, P. V. M. Rao, S. K. Tandel, P. Sugathan, R. P. Singh, S. Muralithar, T. S. Reddy, B. V. T. Rao, J. Meng, S. Zhang, J. Li, Q. B. Chen, B. Qi and R. K. Bhowmik
Physical Review C, 92 (2015) 064324

19 Correlation between nuclear charge radii of Ti and reaction cross sections for p-Ti
M. Hemalatha, N. Maladkar and S. Kailas
Physical Review C, 92 (2015) 024611

20 Fission barrier damping of shell correction, and neutron emission in the fission of A~ 200
K. Mahata, S. Kailas and S. S Kapoor
Physical Review C, 92 (2015) 034602

21 Quaternary borocarbides: Relatively high Tc intermetallic superconductors and magnetic superconductors
C. Mazumdar and R. Nagarajan
Physica C, 514 (2015) 173-183

22 Origin of matching effect in anti-dot array of superconducting NbN thin films
S. Kumar, C. Kumar, J. Jesudasan, V. Bagwe, P. Parab, P. Raychaudhuri and S. Bose
Superconductor Science and Technology, 28 (2015) 055007

23 Black hole and the scientific process
M. Choudhury
Planex Newsletter, 5 (2015) 15-20

24 The QPO states of 4U 1630-47
M. Choudhury, N. Bhatt and S. Bhattacharyya
Monthly Notices of Royal Astronomical Society, 447 (2015) 3960-3972

25 Intranight optical variability of radio-quiet weak emission line quasars – III
P. Kumar, Gopal-Krishna and H. Chand
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 448 (2015) 1463-1470

26 Isomers and oblate rotation in Pt isotopes: Delineating the limit for collectivity at high spins
S. K. Tandel, S. G. Wahid, P. Chowdhury, R. V. Janssens, M. P. Carpenter, T. L. Khoo, F. G. Kondev, T. Lauritsen, C. J. Lister, D. Seweryniak and S. Zhu
Phys. Lett. B, 750 (2015) 225-229

27 Nuclear transmutation strategies for management of long lived fission products
S. Kailas, M. Hemalatha, and A. Saxena
Pramana – Journal of Physics, 85 (2015) 517-523

28 Summary: 75 years of nuclear fission – present status and perspectives
S. Kailas
Pramana – Journal of Physics, 85 (2015) 555-560

29 Spectroscopy of heavy fissionable nuclei
S. K. Tandel
Pramana – Journal of Physics, 85 (2015) 385-394

30 Controlling two plasmon decay instability in intense femtosecond laser driven plasmas
P. K. Singh, A. Adak, A. D. Lad, G. Chatterjee, P. Brijesh and G. R. Kumar
Phys. Plasmas, 22 (2015) 113114

31 Coaxial propagation of Laguerre-Gaussian (LG) and Gaussian beams in a plasma
S. Misra, S. Mishra and P. Brijesh
Laser and Particle Beams, 33 (2015) 123-133

32 Contrasting levels of absorption of intense femtosecond laser pulses by solids
P.K. Singh, Y. Q. Cui, A. Adak, A. D. Lad, G. Chatterjee, P. Brijesh, Z. M. Sheng and G. Ravindra Kumar
Scientific Reports, 5 (2015) 17870

33 Applications to nuclear properties of the microscopic-macroscopic model based on semiclassical Wigner-Kirkwood method
X. Viñas, A. Bhagwat, M. Centelles, P. Schuck and R. Wyss
Physica Scripta, 90 (2015) 114001

34 Fusion Measurements for the 18O + 194Pt reaction and search for neutron shell closure effect
P. V. Laveen, E. Prasad, N. Madhavan, S. Pal, J. Sadhukhan, S. Nath, J. Gehlot, A. Jhingan, K. M. Varier, R. G. Thosmas, A. M. Vinod Kumar, A. Shamlath, T. Varughese, P. Suganthan, B R S Babu, S. Appanababu, K. S. Golda, B. R. Behera, V. Singh, R. Sandal, A. Saxena, B. V. John and S. Kailas
J. Phys. G: Nucl. Part. Phys., 42 (2015) 095105

35 The highest limiting Z in the extended periodic table
Y. K. Gambhir, A. Bhagwat and M. Gupta
J. Phys. G: Nucl. Part. Phys., 42 (2015) 125105

36 Effects of 2-amino-8-hydroxyquinoline interaction on the conformation of physiological isomers of human serum albumin
S. M. Shiriskar, N.Agarwal, R. R. S. Pissurlenkar and B. Ahmad
Eur. Biophys. J., 44 (2015) 193-205

37 Quantifying Ligand-Receptor Interactions for Gorge Spanning Acetylcholinesterase Inhibitors for the Treatment of Alzheimer’s disease
A. F. Elvis, R. C. Martis, M. S. Chandarana, P. K. Shaikh, S. R. N. Ambre, J. S. D’Souza, K. R. Iyer, E. C. Coutinho and R. R. S. Pissurlenkar
J. Biomol. Struc. Dynam, 33 (2015) 1107-1125

38 Probing differentiation in cancer cell lines by single-cell micro-Raman spectroscopy
S. Barkur, A. Bankapur, M. Pradhan, S. Chidangil, D. Mathur and U. Ladiwala
J. Biomedical Optics, 20 (2015) 085001

39 Physiological relevance of programmed cell death in unicellular algal systems - A review
C. K.Krishna, V. L. Sirisha and J. S. D’Souza
Algal Research, 12 (2015) 126-133

40 Estimation of flavonoid content, polyphenolic content and antioxidant potential of different parts of Abrus precatorius (L.)
A. Jain, P. Sinha, A. Jain and S. L. Vavilala
Intern. J. Pharm. Pharmaceut. Sci., 7 (2015) 157-163

41 Preliminary secondary metabolite screening and GC-MS analysis of plant extracts of Tridaxprocumbens
A. Jain, D. V. Rao, V. L. Sirisha and A. Jain
International Journal of Applied, Natural and Social Sciences, 3(5) (2015) 9-26

42 Attenuation of lysozyme amyloid cytotoxicity by SPION-medicated modulation of amyloid aggregation
A. Naik, P. Kambli, M. Borana, N. Mohanpuria, B. Ahmad, V. Kelkar-Mane and U. Ladiwala
International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 74 (2015) 439-446

43 Programmed cell death is induced by hydrogen peroxide but not by excessive ionic stress of sodium chloride in the unicellular green algae Chlamydomonasreinhardtii
V. L.Sirisha, K. K. Gawade, M. Sinha and J. D’Souza
European Journal of Phycology, 50 (2015) 422-438

44 Biochemical characterization and molecular dynamic simulation of β-sitosterol as a tubulin-binding anticancer agent
T. Mahaddalkar, C. Suri, P. K. Naik and M. Lopus
Eur. J. Pharmacol, 760 (2015) 154-162

45 Algal polysaccharides and their biological applications
V. L. Sirisha and J. S. D’Souza
Book Chapter: ‘Marine Algae Extracts: Processes, Products, and Applications”, Chapter 26, pages: 411-453; Edited by Se-Kwon Kim and Katarzyna Chojnacka.© 2015 Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA.,


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