Nethaji Thiyagarajan

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Fibroblast growth factor receptors (FGFRs) are recognized therapeutic targets in cancer. We here describe insights underpinning the impact of mutations on FGFR1 and FGFR3 kinase activity and drug efficacy, using a combination of computational calculations and experimental approaches including cellular studies, X-ray crystallography and biophysical and(More)
Protein kinases share significant structural similarity; however, structural features alone are insufficient to explain their diverse functions. Thus, bridging the gap between static structure and function requires a more detailed understanding of their dynamic properties. For example, kinase activation may occur via a switch-like mechanism or by shifting a(More)
Frequent genetic alterations discovered in FGFRs and evidence implicating some as drivers in diverse tumors has been accompanied by rapid progress in targeting FGFRs for anticancer treatments. Wider assessment of the impact of genetic changes on the activation state and drug responses is needed to better link the genomic data and treatment options. We here(More)
Biometric methods have been played important roles in personal recognition during last twenty years. These methods include the face recognition, finger print and iris recognition. Recently iris imaging has many applications in security systems. The aim of this paper is to design and implement a new iris recognition algorithm. In this paper, the new feature(More)
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