Rajni Garg

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Mutations that arise in HIV-1 protease after exposure to various HIV-1 protease inhibitors have proved to be a difficult aspect in the treatment of HIV. Mutations in the binding pocket of the protease can prevent the protease inhibitor from binding to the protein effectively. In the present study, the crystal structures of 68 HIV-1 proteases complexed with(More)
A total of 355 cows were sampled (serum, n = 315; faeces, n = 355; milk, n = 209) from dairy farms located in the Punjab state of India. Faeces and serum/milk samples were screened by acid fast staining and "indigenous ELISA," respectively. IS900 PCR was used to screen faeces and milk samples. Bio-load of MAP in dairy cows was 36.9, 15.6, 16.3, and 14.4%,(More)
A model for the classification of 70 HIV-1 protease crystal structure binding pockets to one of its complexed FDA approved protease inhibitors utilizing Random Forest has been developed. 456 chemical descriptors of the binding pocket of each crystal structure have been computed and are used to develop the classification model. Simulations were performed to(More)