Boojala V. B. Reddy

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A long-standing question in molecular biology is whether interfaces of protein-protein complexes are more conserved than the rest of the protein surfaces. Although it has been reported that conservation can be used as an indicator for predicting interaction sites on proteins, there are recent reports stating that the interface regions are only slightly more(More)
cDNA sequence data from E. coli phages, for which complete genome sequences are known, have been analysed, From this analysis thirteen triplets have been identified as markers to distinguish protein-coding frames from fortuitous open reading frames. The region of -18 to +18 nucleotides around ATG/GTG, has been analysed and used to identify initiator codons(More)
The Conserved Key Amino Acid Positions DataBase (CKAAPs DB) provides access to an analysis of structurally similar proteins with dissimilar sequences where key residues within a common fold are identified. The derivation and significance of CKAAPs starting from pairwise structure alignments is described fully in Reddy et al. [Reddy,B.V.B., Li,W.W.,(More)
MOTIVATION Protein-protein docking algorithms typically generate large numbers of possible complex structures with only a few of them resembling the native structure. Recently (Duan et al., Protein Sci, 14:316-218, 2005), it was observed that the surface density of conserved residue positions is high at the interface regions of interacting protein surfaces,(More)
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