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NAPS: Network Analysis of Protein Structures
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We have developed a web server for network based analysis of protein structures, NAPS, that facilitates quantitative and qualitative (visual) analysis of residue–residue interactions in: single chains, protein complex, modelled protein structures and trajectories. Expand
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Identifying tandem Ankyrin repeats in protein structures
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We propose an elegant and computationally efficient graph-based approach based on protein structure represented as a graph for detecting one of the most frequently observed structural repeats in proteins. Expand
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IGIPT - Integrated genomic island prediction tool
IGIPT is a web-based integrated platform for the identification of genomic islands (GIs). It incorporates thirteen parametric measures based on anomalous nucleotide composition on a single platform,Expand
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Controllability of spatiotemporal systems using constant pinnings
Most natural spatiotemporal systems are an organized ensemble of dynamical subsystems whose behaviour is regulated by nonlinearly coupled multi-variable processes. The response of each of theseExpand
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NAPS update: network analysis of molecular dynamics data and protein–nucleic acid complexes
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Network analysis of proteins, protein–protein/nucleic acid complexes, MD trajectories, and RNA. Expand
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Non-algebraic domain growth for phase ordering dynamics in a random field
Discusses the three-stage numerical exposition of the effects of quenched disorder on phase ordering dynamics. The authors study the effects of random fields on domain growth. The numerical resultsExpand
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Integrated Genomic Island Prediction Tool (IGIPT)
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We have developed a Web based integrated platform for the identification of genomic islands in which various measures that capture bias in nucleotide compositions have been implemented, viz., GC content (both at the whole genome and at three codon positions in genes), genomic signature, k-mer distribution (k=2-6) and amino acid usage bias. Expand
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GLOBAL AND LOCAL CONTROL OF SPATIOTEMPORAL CHAOS IN COUPLED MAP LATTICES
We present a simple method, using constant pinnings, to suppress spatiotemporal chaos and achieve global control in coupled map lattice models under different situations, e.g., for uniform pinning,Expand
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Functional characterization of drought-responsive modules and genes in Oryza sativa: a network-based approach
Drought is one of the major environmental stress conditions affecting the yield of rice across the globe. Unraveling the functional roles of the drought-responsive genes and their underlyingExpand
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PRIGSA: Protein repeat identification by graph spectral analysis
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We propose an efficient graph-based approach for detecting structural repeats in proteins using eigen spectra of adjacency matrix of the graph. Expand
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