Jagadeesh Kumar D

Jagadeesh Kumar

Jagadeesh Kumar D

Assistant Professor

M.Sc (Biochemistry) B.Ed (Biological Sciences) PGDBI (Bioinformatics) (Ph.D) (Neuroinformatics/Systems Biology)

Department of Biotechnology Engineering

Research Area

  • Computational Structural Bioinformatics/ Neuroinformatics
  • Proteomics of NDD/Human body fluids
  • Poly/Neuropharmacology approaches for Drug re-positioning analysis.
  • Structural Systems biology/ Network-medicine based approach to human disease.
  • Pathogen Bioinformatics

Research Publication

Journal Name

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Paper Title

 

International Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, International 809386 8 Preferential Selectivity of Inhibitors with Human Tau Protein Kinase Gsk3 Elucidates Their Potential Roles for Off-Target Alzheimer’s Therapy,”
Cancer Informatics International 16 Sequence Analysis and Phylogenetic Studies of Hypoxia-Inducible Factor-1α.
Chemical Biology and drug design International 82 1 Does Aluminium Bind to Histidine? An NMR Investigation of Amyloid β 12 and Amyloid β 16 Fragments
International Journal of Genomics and Proteomics 4 1 0976-4895, Disordered Regions in Cancer Proteins Exhibit Potential Drug Binding Properties.
Journal of Applied Biology & Biotechnology International 5 3 Computational studies on Aβ (1-16) suggests determinants of ligand binding and plausible prevention of metal induced toxicity via Betaine like molecules
Indian Journal of Neurosciences National 3 3 In Silico Docking Analysis of Amyloid Precursor Protein Intracellular Domain AICD- Peptide with Neuronal Cytoplasmic and Nuclear Membrane Proteins and Its Relevance in Neuronal Death and AD Pathogenesis.
the  International Journal of Research Studies in Biosciences (IJRSB) International 2 11 2349-0365 Conformational studies of Aβ (1-12) with metals and small molecules suggests plausible disruption of aggregation
International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Research International 3 4 Docking Studies of Plant Polyphenols with Aβ Fragments Suggests Determinants That Enable Design of Inhibitors towards Preventing Aggregation Events during Alzheimer’s
World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, National 3 11 ISSN 2278 – 4357 Computational Approaches to Characterize the Novel Biosynthetic Pathways of Antibiotic Producing Actinomycetes, K.Aditya, B.K.Manjunath, D. Jagadesh Kumar, and Kusum Paul, , November 2014, 1083-1089

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