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- Mohit Raghunathan, Yuriy Zubovski, Richard M Venable, Richard W Pastor, John F Nagle, Stephanie Tristram-Nagle
- The journal of physical chemistry. B
- 2012

This work reports the effects of the bioflavinoids genistein and daidzein on lipid bilayers as determined by volume measurements, X-ray scattering, and molecular dynamics simulations. The experimental and simulated total molecular volumes were found to be in outstanding agreement with each other before the addition of genistein and daidzein and also after… (More)

This is a short survey of the progress on the congruence subgroup problem since the sixties when the first major results on the integral unimodular groups appeared. It is aimed at the non-specialists and avoids technical details. The group SL(2, Z) of 2 × 2 integral matrices of determinant 1 is a group that crops up in different contexts in mathematics. Its… (More)

- H Garland, M S Raghunathan
- Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 1975

We give a new proof of Bott's result, that the loop space of a compact, simply connected, simple Lie group has a cellular decomposition of a certain type. In particular, one obtains the Poincaré polynomial for the loop space and Bott periodicity for the unitary group.

- Michel Waldschmidt, Anitha Srinivasan, +5 authors Surya Siddhānta
- 2010

Links between mathematicians from India and France are old, strong and fruitful. We present a short survey of these relations. We start with a brief overview of the mathematical heritage of India. The stay of A. Weil as a Professor in Aligarh Muslim University from 1930 to 1931 was the first outstanding event in the Franco-Indian relationship. A few years… (More)

- J.-L. COLLIOT-THÉLÈNE, M. S. Raghunathan
- 2004

- Jeffrey K. Noel, Mariana Levi, +4 authors Paul C. Whitford
- PLoS Computational Biology
- 2016

Molecular dynamics simulations with coarse-grained or simplified Hamiltonians have proven to be an effective means of capturing the functionally important long-time and large-length scale motions of proteins and RNAs. Originally developed in the context of protein folding, structure-based models (SBMs) have since been extended to probe a diverse range of… (More)

- Ryan R Cheng, Mohit Raghunathan, Jeffrey K Noel, José N Onuchic
- Protein science : a publication of the Protein…
- 2016

Recent developments in global statistical methodologies have advanced the analysis of large collections of protein sequences for coevolutionary information. Coevolution between amino acids in a protein arises from compensatory mutations that are needed to maintain the stability or function of a protein over the course of evolution. This gives rise to… (More)

Measure rigidity for the action of maximal horospherical subgroups on homogeneous spaces over a field of positive characteristic is proved. In the case when the lattice is uniform we prove the action of any horospherical subgroup is uniquely ergodic.

- V. Chernousov, M. S. Raghunathan
- 2009

We study structure properties of reductive group schemes defined over a local ring and splitting over itsétale quadratic extension. As an application we prove Serre–Grothendieck conjecture on rationally trivial torsors over a local regular ring containing a field of characteristic 0 for group schemes of type F 4 with trivial g 3 invariant.

- H Garland, M S Raghunathan
- Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 1969

We construct a fundamental domain omega for an arbitrary lattice [unk] in a real rank one, real simple Lie group, where omega has finitely many cusps (i.e., is a finite union of Siegel sets) and has the Siegel property (i.e., the set {gamma [unk] [unk]|omegagamma [unk] omega [unk] varphi} is finite). From the existence of omega we derive a number of… (More)