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Fluctuation–dissipation theorem for QCD plasma
We explore a quantum‐chromodynamic (QCD) plasma in stationary nonequilibrium states assuming that the process of thermalization is governed by Fokker–Planck dynamics. The generalized thermodynamicExpand
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Structural properties of polymeric DNA from molecular dynamics simulations.
Most of the reported DNA structural studies are based on oligonucleotide structures, which have artifacts due to unstable terminal base pairs (bps). We have carried out molecular dynamics simulationExpand
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Anomalous Dynamical Responses in a Driven System
The interplay between structure and dynamics in non-equilibrium steady-state is far from understood. We address this interplay by tracking Brownian Dynamics trajectories of particles in a binaryExpand
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Non-synonymous mutations of SARS-CoV-2 leads epitope loss and segregates its variants
The non-synonymous mutations of SARS-CoV-2 isolated from across the world have been identified during the last few months. The surface glycoprotein spike of SARS-CoV-2 forms the most importantExpand
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SDS induced dissociation of STY3178 oligomer: experimental and molecular dynamics studies
STY3178 is a yfdX protein from Salmonella Typhi. yfdX proteins occur ubiquitously in a number of virulent bacteria but their cellular localization is unknown. Our earlier studies have shown thatExpand
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Surface-induced ordering of a molecular fluid of flat hexagonal structure in a narrow graphite slit.
We systematically investigate by Monte Carlo simulations the role of the wall structure on a fluid of flat hexagonal molecules confined between two graphite walls. Our simulations show that theExpand
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The Korteweg–de Vries equation modified by viscosity for waves in a two‐layer fluid in a channel of arbitrary cross section
Using a two‐layer fluid model, Korteweg–de Vries (KdV) equations modified by viscosity are derived that describe weakly nonlinear long waves propagating along a channel of uniform but arbitrary crossExpand
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Stacking geometry between two sheared Watson-Crick basepairs: Computational chemistry and bioinformatics based prediction.
BACKGROUND Molecular modeling of RNA double helices is possible using most probable values of basepair parameters obtained from crystal structure database. The A:A w:wC non-canonical basepair,Expand
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Problem of fermion generations in grand unified theories
We investigate the problem of incorporating the fermion generations within the framework of a grand unified SU(N) gauge theory. The requirement of no triangle anomaly and an asymptotically free gaugeExpand
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