A. R. Mohanty

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During the G(1)-S transition, the activity of Cdk2 is regulated by its association with p27(KIP1), which in rodent fibroblasts undergoes phosphorylation mainly at serine 10, threonine 187, and C-terminal threonine 197 by KIS, Cdk2, and Pim or ROCK, respectively. Recently Cdc6 the AAA+ ATPase, identified initially to assemble pre-replicative complexes on(More)
The dynamic behavior of structures, in particular, that of a rotor, containing cracks is a subject of considerable current interest. In the present study, the influence of a transverse surface crack, both open and breathing conditions, on the mechanical impedance of the rotor-bearing system, has been investigated by FEM analysis for flexural vibrations. The(More)
In mammalian cells Cdk2 activity during the G(1)-S transition is mainly controlled by p27(KIP1). Although the amount and subcellular localization of p27 influence Cdk2 activity, how Cdk2 activity is regulated during this phase transition still remains virtually unknown. Here we report an entirely new mechanism for this regulation. Cdc6 the AAA+ ATPase,(More)
BACKGROUND The Indian golden saturniid silkmoth (Antheraea assama), popularly known as muga silkmoth, is a semi-domesticated silk producing insect confined to a narrow habitat range of the northeastern region of India. Owing to the prevailing socio-political problems, the muga silkworm habitats in the northeastern region have not been accessible hampering(More)
Measurements were done to determine the influence of a transverse crack on the mobility of a rotor-bearing system. The results show that the mobility changes substantially due to the presence of crack and follows definite trends with the crack depth and direction of force application. The significant changes in mobility were observed at the natural(More)
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