Atul Dubey

Learn More
Computational studies are performed to predict and verify the performance of a new nanoscale biomolecular motor: The Viral Protein Linear (VPL) Motor. The motor is based on a conformational change observed in a family of viral envelope proteins when subjected to a changing pH enivronment. The conformational change produces a motion of about 10 nm, making(More)
A combination of analytical and statistical methods is used to improve a tablet coating process guided by quality by design (QbD) principles. A solid dosage form product was found to intermittently exhibit bad taste. A suspected cause was the variability in coating thickness which could lead to the subject tasting the active ingredient in some tablets. A(More)
− Dynamic and kinematic analysis is performed to predict and verify the performance of a new nanoscale biomolecular motor: The Viral Protein Linear (VPL) Motor. The motor is based on a conformational change observed in a family of viral envelope proteins when subjected to a changing pH enivronment. The conformational change produces a motion of about 10 nm,(More)
A new nanoscale biomolecular motor is introduced: The Viral Protein Linear (VPL) Motor. The motor is based on a conformational change observed in a family of viral envelope proteins when a virus tries to infect a cell by the process of membrane fusion. By developing similar proteins in vitro and subjecting them to appropriate conditions, similar(More)
  • 1