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Michael Gromiha M

michael-gromiha
Associate Professor
Ph.D, Bharathidasan University
M.Sc, Madurai Kamaraj University
Office: BT 105
Tel: +91-44-2257-4138
Email: gromiha@iitm·ac·in
Lab: BT 516 (Website)

Research Interests

• Discrimination of membrane proteins based on structure and function
• Prediction of membrane spanning segments in alpha-helical and beta-barrel membrane proteins
• Recognition of protein folds
• Prediction of secondary and tertiary structures in globular proteins
• Conformational stability of proteins and nucleic acids
• Identification of important residues for protein stability and function
• Extreme stability of thermophilic proteins

• Prediction of protein stablity upon amino acid substitutions
• Medium and Long Range Interactions in Gobular Proteins
• Development of novel parameters/methods for understanding/predicting protein folding rates
• Development of thermodynamic and functional databases for proteins and interactions
• Structural analysis of proteins and their interactions
• Elastic characters of DNA/RNA and importance to binding specificity
• Computer simulation of protein-DNA interactions
• Recognition mechanism for protein-protein, protein-nucleic acid, protein-carbohydrate and protein-ligand interactions

Books

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Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence: Intelligent Computing Theories and Applications (2012)
Editors: De-Shuang Huang, Jianhua Ma, Kang-Hyun Jo and M. Michael Gromiha,
Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg.

 

book-cover-icic2011 Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence: Advanced Intelligent Computing Theories and Applications (2011)
Editors: De-Shuang Huang, Yong Gan, Phalguni Gupta and M. Michael Gromiha.
Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg

 

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M. Michael Gromiha (2010). Protein Bioinformatics: From Sequence to Function. Elsevier Publishers.

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Recent Research Developments in Protein Folding, Stability and Design (2002). M. Michael Gromiha and S. Selvaraj (Editors), Research Signpost, Trivandrum, India.

Publications

  1. M. Michael Gromiha*, M.C. Pathak, K. Saraboji, E. Ortlund and E. Gaucher (2013) Hydrophobic environment is a key factor for the stability of thermophilic proteins. PROTEINS: Struct. Funct. Bioinf. 81:715-21.
  2. A.M. Thangakani, S. Kumar, D. Velmurugan and M. Michael Gromiha,* (2013) Distinct position-specific sequence features of hexa-peptides that form amyloid-fibrils: application to discriminate between amyloid fibril and amorphous β- aggregate forming peptide sequences. BMC Bioinformatics (in press).
  3. Y-Y. Ou, S-A. Chen, Y-M. Chang, D. Velmurugan, K. Fukui and M. Michael Gromiha* (2013) Classification of efflux proteins using efficient radial basis function networks with position-specific scoring matrices and biochemical properties. PROTEINS: Struct. Funct. Bioinf. (in press).
  4. M. Michael Gromiha (2013) Computational approaches for understanding the recognition mechanism of protein complexes. In “Biomolecular forms and functions”, (Ed. M. Bansal and N. Srinivasan), IISc Press and Word Scientific, Singapore, pp 198-209.
  5. M. Michael Gromiha and R. Nagarajan (2013) Computational approaches for predicting the binding sites and understanding the recognition mechanism of protein-DNA complexes.
    Adv. Protein Chem. Str. Biol. (in press).
  6. M. Michael Gromiha and Y-Y. Ou (2013) Bioinformatics approaches for functional annotation of membrane proteins. Brief. Bioinf. (in press).
  7. M.Michael Gromiha, A.M. Thangakani, S. Kumar and D. Velmurugan (2012) Sequence analysis and discrimination of amyloid and non-amyloid peptides. Comm. Comp. Inf. Sci. 304, 447-452.
  8. Priyadarzini TR, Selvin JF, Gromiha MM, Fukui K, Veluraja K. (2012)Theoretical investigation on the binding specificity of sialyldisaccharides with Hemagglutinins of Influenza A virus by MD simulations. J. Biol. Chem. 287:34547-57.
  9. Gromiha MM*, Huang DS. (2012) Introduction: advanced intelligent computing theories and their applications in bioinformatics. BMC Bioinformatics. 13 (Suppl 7): I1.
  10. Gromiha MM*, Harini K, Sowdhamini R, Fukui K. (2012) Relationship between amino acid properties and functional parameters in olfactory receptors and discrimination of mutants with enhanced specificity. BMC Bioinformatics.13 (Suppl 7): S1.
  11. Huang LT, Gromiha MM*. (2012) Real value prediction of protein folding rate change upon point mutation. J Comput Aided Mol Des. 26:339-47.
  12. M. Michael Gromiha* (2012) Editorial: Bioinformatics on Proteins and Complexes. Current Bioinformatics 7, 109-110.
  13. M. Michael Gromiha* (2012) Development of RNA Stiffness Parameters and Analysis on Protein-RNA Binding Specificity: Comparison with DNA Current Bioinformatics 7, 173-179
  14. C-C. Wu, L-F. Lai, M. Michael Gromiha, L-T. Huang (2012) High throughput computing for the prediction of protein stability change upon mutation using a knowledge-based approach. Int. J. Data Mining and Bioinf. (in press).
  15. A.M. Thangakani, S. Kumar, D. Velmurugan and M.M. Gromiha* (2012) How do thermophilic proteins resist aggregation? PROTEINS: Structure, Function and Bioinformatics, 80:1003-15.
  16. Singh H, Chauhan JS, Gromiha MM Open Source Drug Discovery Consortium, Raghava GP. (2012) ccPDB: compilation and creation of data sets from Protein Data Bank. Nucleic Acids Res. 40(Database issue):D486-9.
  17. Gromiha MM, Saranya N, Selvaraj S, Jayaram B, Fukui K. (2011) Sequence and structural features of binding site residues in protein-protein complexes: comparison with protein-nucleic acid complexes. Proteome Sci. 9; :S13.
  18. Chen SA, Ou YY, Lee TY, Gromiha MM* (2011) Prediction of transporter targets using efficient RBF networks with PSSM profiles and biochemical properties. Bioinformatics. 27(15):2062-7.
  19. Gromiha MM and Huang LT. (2011) Machine Learning Algorithms for Predicting Protein Folding Rates and Stability of Mutant Proteins: Comparison with Statistical Methods. Curr Protein Pept Sci. 2011 Sep 1;12(6):490-502.
  20. M. M. Gromiha, R. Sowdhamini, K. Fukui, Structure-Function Relationship in Olfactory Receptors”, Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics, 6840, 618-623.
  21. M. Michael Gromiha * and K. Fukui (2011) Scoring function based approach for understanding the recognition mechanism of protein-DNA complexes. J Chem Inf Model. Mar 28;51(3):721-9.
  22. K. Imai, N. Fujita, M. Michael Gromiha and P. Horton (2011) Eukaryote-wide sequence analysis of mitochondrial beta-barrel outer membrane proteins. BMC Genomics. 12:79.
  23. M. Michael Gromiha* (2011) Influence of long-range contacts and surrounding residues to the transition state structures of proteins. Anal. Biochem. 408, 32-36.
  24. M. Kumar, M. Michael Gromiha and G.P.S. Raghava (2011) SVM based prediction of RNA-binding proteins using binding residues and evolutionary information. J. Mol. Recogn. 24:303-13.
  25. J. Song, K. Takemoto, H. Shen, H. Tan, M. Michael Gromiha (2010). and T. Akutsu (2010) Prediction of protein folding rates from structural topology and complex network properties. ISPJ Trans. Bioinf. 3, 40-53.
  26. M. Michael Gromiha (2010) Protein folding, stability and interactions. Curr. Prot. Pept. Sci. 11, 497 (Editorial).
  27. S-A. Chen, Y-Y. Ou and M. Michael Gromiha (2010) Topology prediction of α-helical and β-barrel transmembrane proteins using RBF networks. Lecture Notes in Comp. Sci. 6215, 642-649 (BEST PAPER AWARD).
  28. M. Michael Gromiha*, K. Yokota and K. Fukui (2010) Understanding the recognition mechanism of protein-RNA complexes using energy based approach. Curr. Protein Peptide Sci. 11, 629-638 (COVER PAGE).
  29. L-T. Huang, L-F. Lai and M. Michael Gromiha (2010). Human-readable rule generator for integrating amino acid sequence information and stability of mutant proteins. IEEE ACM Trans. Comp. Biol. Bioinf. 7, 681-687.
  30. M. Michael Gromiha and A. Sarai (2010). Thermodynamic database for proteins: features and applications. Methods Mol. Biol. 609, 97-112.
  31. Y-Y. Ou, S.A. Chen and M. Michael Gromiha (2010). Classification of transporters using efficient radial basis function networks with position-specific scoring matrices and biochemical properties. PROTEINS: Struct. Funct. Bioinf. 78, 1789-1797.
  32. M. Michael Gromiha, K. Yokota and K. Fukui (2010). Sequence and structural analysis of binding site residues in protein-protein complexes. Int. J. Biol. Macromol. 46, 187-192.
  33. Y-Y. Ou, S.A. Chen and M. Michael Gromiha (2010). Prediction of membrane spanning segments and topology in beta-barrel membrane proteins at better accuracy. J. Comp. Chem. 13, 217-223
  34. L-T. Huang, L-F. Lai, C-C. Wu and M. Michael Gromiha (2010). Development of knowledge based system for predicting the stability of proteins upon point mutations. Neurocomputing 73, 2293-2299.
  35. M. Michael Gromiha, S. Selvaraj, B. Jayaram and K. Fukui (2010). Identification and analysis of binding site residues in protein complexes: energy based approach. Lecture Notes in Comp. Sci. 6215, 626-633.
  36. S. Kumar, S. Singh and M. Michael Gromiha (2010). Temperature Dependent Molecular Adaptations in Microbial Proteins. Wiley Encyclopedia of Industrial Biotechnology 7, 4647-4661.
  37. L-T. Huang and M. Michael Gromiha (2010). First insight into the prediction of protein folding rate upon mutation. Bioinformatics 26, 2121-2127.
  38. M. Michael Gromiha, Y. Yabuki, M.X. Suresh, A.M. Thangakani, M. Suwa and K. Fukui K. (2009). TMFunction: database for functional residues in membrane proteins. Nucl. Acids Res. 37, D201-204.
  39. M. Michael Gromiha and S. Selvaraj (2009). Proteins: computational analysis of structure, function and stability. Wiley Encyclopedia on Chemical Biology 4, 174-182. INVITED REVIEW
  40. M. Michael Gromiha (2009). Multiple contact network is a key determinant to protein folding rates. J. Chem. Inf. Model. 49, 1130-1135.
  41. L-T. Huang and M. Michael Gromiha (2009). Reliable Prediction of Protein Thermostability Change upon Double Mutation from Amino Acid Sequence. Bioinformatics 25, 2181-2187.
  42. M. Michael Gromiha (2009). Revisiting “reverse hydrophobic effect”: applicable only to coil mutations at the surface. Biopolymers 91, 591-599.
  43. M. Michael Gromiha (2009). Intrinsic Relationship of Amino Acid Composition/Occurrence with Topological Parameters and Protein Folding Rates. Open Str. Biol. J. 3, 126-142.
  44. M. Michael Gromiha, K. Yokota and K. Fukui (2009). Energy based approach for understanding the recognition mechanism of protein-protein complexes. Mol. Biosyst. 5, 1779-1786.
  45. K. Imai, M. Michael Gromiha and P. Horton (2008). Mitochondrial beta-Barrel Proteins, an Exclusive Club? CELL 135, 1158-1159.
  46. M. Michael Gromiha and S. Selvaraj (2008). Bioinformatics Approaches for Understanding and Predicting Protein Folding Rates. Current Bioinformatics 3, 1-9. INVITED REVIEW
  47. L-T. Huang and M. Michael Gromiha (2008). Analysis and prediction of protein folding rates using quadratic response surface models. J. Comp. Chem. 29, 1675-1683.
  48. C. Motono, M. Michael Gromiha and S. Kumar (2008). Thermodynamic and kinetic determinants of Thermotoga maritima cold shock protein stability: a structural and dynamic analysis. PROTEINS: Struct. Funct. Bioinf. 71, 655-669.
  49. M. Michael Gromiha , L-T. Huang and L-F. Lai (2008). Sequence Based Prediction of Protein Mutant Stability and Discrimination of Thermophilic Proteins. Lect. Notes Bioinf. 5265, 1-12.
  50. A.Y. Istomin, M. Michael Gromiha, O.K. Vorov, D.J. Jacobs and D.R. Livesay (2008) New insight into long-range nonadditivity within protein double-mutant cycles. PROTEINS: Struct. Funct. Bioinf. 70, 915-924.
  51. R.L. Martis, S.K. Singh, M. Michael Gromiha, and C. Santhosh (2008) Role of cation-pi interactions in single chain ‘all-alpha’ proteins. J. Theor. Biol. 250, 655-662.
  52. M. Michael Gromiha and M.X. Suresh (2008) Discrimination of mesophilic and thermophilic proteins using machine learning algorithms. PROTEINS: Struct. Funct. Bioinf. 70, 1274-1279.
  53. Y-Y. Ou, M. Michael Gromiha, S-A. Chen and M. Suwa (2008). TMBETADISC-RBF: Discrimination of beta-barrel membrane proteins using RBF networks and PSSM profiles. Comp. Biol. Chem. 32, 227-231.
  54. M. Kumar, M. Michael Gromiha and G.P.S. Raghava (2008). Prediction of RNA binding sites in a protein using SVM and PSSM profile. PROTEINS: Struct. Funct. Bioinf. 71, 189-194.
  55. M. Michael Gromiha and Y. Yabuki (2008). Functional discrimination of membrane proteins using machine learning techniques. BMC Bioinformatics 9, 135.
  56. M. Michael Gromiha, Y. Yabuki, S. Kundu, S. Suharnan and M. Suwa (2007). TMBETA-GENOME: database for annotated beta-barrel membrane proteins in genomic sequences. Nucleic Acids Res. 35, D314-316.
  57. V. Parthiban, M. Michael Gromiha, C. Hoppe and D. Schomburg (2007). Structural analysis and prediction of protein mutant stability using distance and torsion potentials: Role of secondary structure and solvent accessibility. PROTEINS: Struct. Funct. Bioinf. 66, 41-52.
  58. L-T. Huang, K. Saraboji, S-Y. Ho, S-F. Hwang. M.N. Ponnuswamy and M. Michael Gromiha (2007). Prediction of protein mutant stability using classification and regression tool. Biophys. Chem. 125, 462-470.
  59. M. Michael Gromiha, Y. Yabuki and M. Suwa (2007). TMB Finding Pipeline: Novel Approach for Detecting Beta-barrel Membrane Proteins in Genomic Sequences. J. Chem. Inf. Model. 47, 2456-2461.
  60. L-T. Huang, M. Michael Gromiha and S-Y. Ho (2007). iPTREE-STAB: interpretable decision tree based method for predicting protein stability changes upon mutations. Bioinformatics 23, 1292-1293.
  61. V. Parthiban V, M. Michael Gromiha, M. Abhinandan and D. Schomburg (2007). Computational modeling of protein mutant stability: analysis and optimization of statistical potentials and structural features reveal insights into prediction model development. BMC Struct. Biol. 7, 54.
  62. L-T. Huang, M. Michael Gromiha and S-Y. Ho (2007). Sequence analysis and rule development of predicting protein stability change upon mutation using decision tree model. J. Mol. Model. 13, 879-890.
  63. M. Michael Gromiha and M. Suwa (2007). Current developments on beta-barrel membrane proteins: sequence and structural analysis, discrimination and prediction. Curr. Prot. Pept. Sci. 8, 580-599. INVITED REVIEW
  64. Y-h. Taguchi and M. Michael Gromiha (2007). Application of amino acid occurrence for discriminating different folding types of globular proteins. BMC Bioinformatics 8, 404.
  65. M. Kumar, M. Michael Gromiha and G.P.S. Raghava(2007). Identification of DNA-binding proteins using support vector machines and evolutionary profiles. BMC Bioinformatics 8, 463.
  66. M. Michael Gromiha (2007). Prediction of protein stability upon point mutations. Biochem. Soc. Trans. 35, 1569-1573.
  67. M. Michael Gromiha and M. Suwa (2006). Discrimination of Outer Membrane Proteins using Machine Learning Algorithms. PROTEINS: Struct. Funct. Bioinf. 63, 1031-1037.
  68. S. Chakkaravarthi and M. Michael Gromiha (2006). Analysis of Cation-pi Interactions to the Structural Stability of RNA Binding Proteins. Polymer 47, 709-721.
  69. M.D.S. Kumar, K. Bava, M. Michael Gromiha, P. Prabakaran, K. Kitajima, H. Uedaira and A. Sarai (2006). ProTherm and ProNIT: Thermodynamic Databases for Proteins and Protein-Nucleic Acid Interactions Nucl. Acids Res. 34, D204-206.
  70. M. Michael Gromiha and S. Selvaraj (2006). Salient Features of Residue Contacts in Protein Structures for Determining their Folding and Stability. In “Protein Folding: New Research”, Nova Science Publishers, New York, USA, pp 249-265. INVITED REVIEW
  71. K. Saraboji, M. Michael Gromiha and M.N. Ponnuswamy (2006). Average assignment method for predicting the stability of protein mutants. Biopolymers 82, 80-92.
  72. M.D.S. Kumar and M. Michael Gromiha (2006). PINT: Protein-protein Interactions Thermodynamic Database Nucl. Acids Res. 34, D195-198.
  73. M. Michael Gromiha , S. Selvaraj and A. Mary Thangakani (2006). A Statistical Method for Predicting Protein Unfolding Rates from Amino Acid Sequence. J. Chem. Inf. Model 46, 1503-1508.
  74. V. Parthiban, M. Michael Gromiha and D. Schomburg (2006). CUPSAT: Prediction of Protein Stability upon Point Mutations. Nucleic Acid Res. 34, W239-242.
  75. Y.H. Singh, M. Michael Gromiha, A. Sarai and S. Ahmad (2006) Atom-wise Statistics and Prediction of Solvent Accessibility in Proteins. Biophys. Chem. 124, 145-154.
  76. S. Chakkaravarthi, M.M. Babu, M. Michael Gromiha, G. Jayaraman and R. Sethumadhavan, (2006) Exploring the environmental preference of weak interactions in (a/b)8 barrel proteins. PROTEINS: Struct. Funct. Bioinf. 65, 75-86.
  77. M. Michael Gromiha and M. Suwa (2006). Influence of amino acid properties for discriminating outer membrane proteins at better accuracy. Biochim Biophys Acta. 1764, 1493-1497.
  78. P. Prabakaran, J.G. Siebers, S. Ahmad, M. Michael Gromiha, M.G. Singarayan and A. Sarai (2006) Classification of Protein-DNA complexes Based on Structural Descriptors. Structure 14, 1355-1367.
  79. M.N. Ponnuswamy, M. Michael Gromiha, S.M.M. Sony and K. Saraboji (2006) Conformational aspects and interaction studies of heterocyclic drugs. In “Topics in Heterocyclic Chemistry” (Ed. G.P. Gupta), Springer-Verlag Publishers, Heidelberg, pp 81-147. INVITED REVIEW
  80. L.T. Huang, M. Michael Gromiha, S.F. Hwang SF and S.Y. (2006). Knowledge acquisition and development of accurate rules for predicting protein stability changes. Comput Biol Chem. 30, 408-415.
  81. M. Michael Gromiha, A.M. Thangakani and S. Selvaraj (2006). FOLD-RATE: prediction of protein folding rates from amino acid sequence. Nucleic Acid Res. 34, W70-74.
  82. M. Michael Gromiha and M. Suwa (2005). A Simple Statistical Method for Discriminating Outer Membrane Proteins with Better Accuracy. Bioinformatics 21, 961-968.
  83. M. Michael Gromiha (2005). Distinct Roles of Conventional Non-covalent and Cation-pi Interactions in Protein Stability. Polymer 46, 983-990.
  84. K. Saraboji, M. Michael Gromiha and M.N. Ponnuswamy (2005). Relative Importance of Secondary Structure and Solvent Accessibility to the Stability of Protein Mutants: A Case Study with Amino Acid Properties and Energetics on T4 and Human Lysozymes. Comp. Biol. Chem. 29, 25-35.
  85. M. Michael Gromiha and S. Ahmad (2005). Role of Solvent Accessibility in Structure Based Drug Design. Current Computer Aided Drug Design 1, 223-235. INVITED REVIEW
  86. M. Michael Gromiha (2005) Motifs in outer membrane protein sequences: applications for discrimination. Biophys. Chem. 117, 65-71.
  87. M. Michael Gromiha and M. Suwa (2005). Structural Analysis of Residues Involving Cation-pi Interactions in Different Folding Types of Membrane Proteins. Int. J. Biol. Macromol. 35, 55-62.
  88. Sarai, J. Siebers, S. Selvaraj, M. Michael Gromiha and H. Kono (2005). Integration of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology to Understand Protein-DNA Recognition Mechanism. J. Bioinf. Comput. Biol. 3, 169-183.
  89. M. Michael Gromiha (2005). A Statistical Model for Predicting Protein Folding Rates from Amino Acid Sequence with Structural Class Information. J. Chem. Inf. Model. 45, 494-501.
  90. K. Saraboji, M. Michael Gromiha and M.N. Ponnuswamy (2005). Importance of Main-chain Hydrophobic Free Energy to the Stability of Thermophilic Proteins. Int. J. Biol. Macromol. 35, 211-220.
  91. M. Michael Gromiha, S. Ahmad and M. Suwa (2005) Application of residue distribution along the sequence for discriminating outer membrane proteins. Comp. Biol. Chem. 29, 135-142.
  92. C. Magyar, M. Michael Gromiha, G. Pujadas, G.E. Tusnady and I. Simon (2005) SRide: a Server for Identifying Stabilizing Residues in Proteins. Nucleic Acids Res. 33, W303-305.
  93. M. Michael Gromiha (2005). Influence of DNA Stiffness in Protein-DNA Recognition. J. Biotech. 117, 137-145.
  94. K.J. Park, M. Michael Gromiha, P. Horton and M. Suwa (2005) Discrimination of outer membrane proteins using support vector machines. Bioinformatics 21, 4223-4229.
  95. M. Michael Gromiha, J.G. Siebers, S. Selvaraj, H. Kono and A. Sarai (2005). Role of inter and intramolecular interactions in protein-DNA recognition. GENE 364, 108-113. (INVITED REVIEW)
  96. M. Michael Gromiha, S. Ahmad and M. Suwa (2005) TMBETA-NET: discrimination and prediction of membrane spanning beta-strands in outer membrane proteins. Nucleic Acids Res. 33, W164-167.
  97. M. Michael Gromiha and S. Selvaraj (2004). Inter-residue Interactions in Protein Folding and Stability. Prog. Biophys. Mol. Biol. 86, 235-277. REVIEW
  98. M. Michael Gromiha, J.G. Siebers, S. Selvaraj, H. Kono and A. Sarai (2004). Intermolecular and Intramolecular Readout Mechanisms in Protein-DNA Recognition. J. Mol. Biol. 337, 285-294.
  99. Bava, M. Michael Gromiha , H. Uedaira, K. Kitajima and A. Sarai (2004). ProTherm, version 4.0: Thermodynamic Database for Proteins and Mutants. Nucl. Acids Res. 32, D120-121.
  100. M. Michael Gromiha , S. Ahmad and M. Suwa (2004). Neural network-based prediction of transmembrane beta-strand segments in outer membrane proteins. J. Comp. Chem. 25, 762-767.
  101. Sarai, S. Selvaraj, M. Michael Gromiha, and H. Kono (2004). Structure-Specificity Relationship in DNA Sequence Recognition by Transcription Factors. Aust. Comput. Sci. Comm. 26, 233-238.
  102. M. Michael Gromiha and S. Selvaraj (2004). Folding Mechanism of All-beta Globular Proteins. Prep. Biochem. Biotech. 34, 13-23.
  103. S. Ahmad, M. Michael Gromiha and A. Sarai (2004). Analysis and Prediction of DNA-binding Proteins and their Binding Residues based on Composition, Sequence and Structural Information. Bioinformatics 20, 477-486.
  104. M. Michael Gromiha, C. Santhosh and M. Suwa (2004). Influence of Cation-pi Interactions in Protein-DNA Complexes. Polymer 45, 633-639.
  105. S. Ahmad, M. Michael Gromiha, H. Fawareh and A. Sarai (2004). ASAView: Database and tool for solvent accessibility representation in proteins. BMC Bioinformatics 5, 51.
  106. M. Michael Gromiha, K. Saraboji, S. Ahmad, M.N. Ponnuswamy and M. Suwa (2004). Role of non-covalent interactions for determining the folding rate of two-state proteins. Biophys. Chem. 107, 263-272.
  107. H. Uedaira, M. Michael Gromiha and A. Sarai (2004). Thermodynamic Databases for Biomolecules: Proteins and Mutants. In “Comprehensive Handbook of Calorimetry and Thermal Analysis” (Ed. The Japanese Society of Calorimetry and Thermal Analysis), John Wiley & Sons Ltd. pp 276-279.
  108. M. Michael Gromiha and D.A.D. Parry (2004). Characteristic Features of Amino Acid Residues in Coiled-coil Protein Structures. Biophysical Chem. 111, 95-103.
  109. S. Selvaraj and M. Michael Gromiha (2004). Importance of hydrophobic cluster formation through long-range contacts in the folding transition state of two-state proteins. PROTEINS: Struct. Funct. Bioinf. 55, 1023-1035
  110. M. Michael Gromiha, C. Santhosh and S. Ahmad (2004). Structural Analysis of Cation-pi Interactions in DNA Binding Proteins. Int. J. Biol. Macromol. 34, 203-211.
  111. J.Y. Wang, S. Ahmad M. Michael Gromiha, and A. Sarai (2004). Look-up Tables for Protein Solvent Accessibility Prediction and Nearest Neighbor Effect Analysis. Biopolymers 75, 209-216.
  112. M. Michael Gromiha, G. Pujadas, C. Magyar, S. Selvaraj and I. Simon (2004). Locating the Stabilizing Residues in (alpha/beta)8 Barrel Proteins Based on Hydrophobicity, Long-Range Interactions, and Sequence Conservation. PROTEINS: Struct. Funct. Bioinformatics 55, 316-329.
  113. M. Michael Gromiha (2003). Influence of Inter-residue Interactions in Protein Structures. J. Biophys. Soc. Jpn 43, 87-92. (INVITED REVIEW)
  114. S. Ahmad, M. Michael Gromiha and A. Sarai (2003). Real Value Prediction of Solvent Accessibility from Amino Acid Sequence. PROTEINS: Struct. Funct. Genet. 50, 629-635.
  115. M. Michael Gromiha (2003). Influence of Cation-pi Interactions in Different Folding Types of Membrane Proteins. Biophys. Chem. 103, 251-258.
  116. S. Selvaraj and M. Michael Gromiha (2003). Role of Hydrophobic Clusters and Long-range Contact Networks in the Folding of (alpha/beta)8 Barrel Proteins. Biophysical Journal 84, 1919-1925.
  117. M. Michael Gromiha (2003). Factors Influencing the Thermal Stability of Buried Protein Mutants. Polymer 44, 4061-4066.
  118. S. Ahmad, M. Michael Gromiha and A. Sarai (2003). RVP-Net: Online Prediction of Real Valued Accessible Surface Area of Proteins from Single Sequences. Bioinformatics 19, 1849-1851.
  119. M. Michael Gromiha and Makiko Suwa (2003). Variation of Amino Acid Properties in All-beta Globular and Outer Membrane Protein Structures. Int. J. Biol. Macromol. 32, 93-98.
  120. S. Ahmad and M. Michael Gromiha (2003). Design and Training of a Neural Network for Predicting the Solvent Accessibility of Proteins. J. Comp. Chem. 24, 1313-1320.
  121. M. Michael Gromiha (2003). Importance of Native-state Topology for Determining the Folding Rate of Two-state Proteins. J. Chem. Inf. Comp. Sci. 43, 1481-1485.
  122. M. Michael Gromiha and S. Selvaraj (2002). Important Amino Acid Properties for Determining the Transition State Structures of Two-state Protein Mutants. FEBS Letters 526, 129-134.
  123. Sarai, M. Michael Gromiha, J. An, P. Prabakaran, S. Selvaraj, H. Kono, M. Oobatake and H. Uedaira (2002). Thermodynamic Databases for Proteins and Protein-Nucleic Acid Interactions. Biopolymers 61, 121-126.
  124. S. Selvaraj and M. Michael Gromiha (2002). Role of Inter-Residue Interactions in the Folding of (alpha/beta)8 Barrel Proteins. Recent Res. Devel. Protein Fold. Stab. Des. (Eds. M. Michael Gromiha and S. Selvaraj), Research Sign Post, Trivandrum, India pp 57-66.
  125. M. Michael Gromiha, M. Oobatake, H. Kono, H. Uedaira and A. Sarai (2002). Importance of Mutant Position in Ramachandran Plot for Predicting Protein Stability of Surface Mutations. Biopolymers 64, 210-220.
  126. H. Uedaira, M. Michael Gromiha, K. Kitajima and A. Sarai (2002). ProTherm: Thermodynamic Database for Proteins and Mutants. J. Biophys. Soc. Jpn 42, 276-278. (REVIEW)
  127. S. Ahmad and M. Michael Gromiha (2002). NETASA: Neural Network Based Prediction of Solvent Accessibility. Bioinformatics 18, 819-824.
  128. M. Michael Gromiha (2002). Influence of Cation-pi Interactions in Mesophilic and Thermophilic Proteins. J. Liquid Chromat. Rel. Tech. 25, 3139-3147.
  129. T. Yoshida, T. Nishimura, M. Aida, F. Pichierri, M. Michael Gromiha and A. Sarai (2002). Evaluation of Free Energy Landscape for Base-Amino Acid Interactions using Ab initio Force Field and Extensive Sampling. Biopolymers 61, 84-95.
  130. M. Michael Gromiha, H. Uedaira, J. An, S. Selvaraj, P. Prabakaran and A. Sarai (2002). ProTherm, Thermodynamic Database for Proteins and Mutants: Developments in Version 3.0. Nucl. Acids Res. 30, 301-302.
  131. T.S. Kumarevel, M. Michael Gromiha, S. Selvaraj, K. Gayatri and P.K.R. Kumar (2002). Influence of Medium and Long-range Interactions in Different Folding types of Globular Proteins. Biophys. Chem. 99, 189-198.
  132. M. Michael Gromiha, S. Thomas and C. Santhosh (2002). Role of cation-pi interactions to the stability of thermophilic proteins. Prep. Biochem. Biotech. 32, 355-362.
  133. Sarai, P. Prabakaran, M. Michael Gromiha, K. Kitajima and H. Uedaira (2002). ProNIT: Thermodynamic Database for Protein-Nucleic Acid Interactions. J. Biophys. Soc. Jpn 42, 279-281. (REVIEW)
  134. M. Michael Gromiha and S. Selvaraj (2001). Comparison between Long-range Interactions and Contact Order in Determining the Folding Rate of Two-state Proteins: Application of Long Range Order to Folding Rate Prediction. J. Mol. Biol. 310, 27-32.
  135. M. Michael Gromiha (2001). Factors Influencing the Stability of Alpha Helices and Beta Strands in Thermophilic Ribonuclease H. Prep. Biochem. Biotech. 31, 103-112.
  136. N. Kannan, S.Selvaraj, M. Michael Gromiha and S.Vishveshwara (2001). Residue Clusters in (alpha/beta)8 Barrel proteins:Implications for Structure, Function and folding. Proteins: Struct. Funct. Genetics 43, 103-112.
  137. M. Michael Gromiha (2001). ProTherm: Thermodynamic Database for Proteins and Mutants. Nucl. Acids Res. online (http://www3.oup.co.uk/nar/)
  138. T.S. Kumarevel, M. Michael Gromiha and M.N. Ponnuswamy (2001). Distribution of Amino Acid Residues and Residue-Residue Contacts in Molecular Chaperones. Prep. Biochem. Biotech. 31, 163-183.
  139. M. Michael Gromiha and S. Selvaraj (2001). Role of Medium and Long-range Interactions in Discriminating Globular and Membrane Proteins. Int. J. Biol. Macromol. 29, 25-34.
  140. P. Prabakaran, J. An, M. Michael Gromiha , S. Selvaraj, H. Uedaira, H. Kono and A. Sarai (2001). Thermodynamic Database for Protein-Nucleic Acid Interactions (ProNIT). Bioinformatics 17, 1027-1034.
  141. M. Michael Gromiha (2001). Prediction of Secondary Structures in Globular and Membrane Proteins. Recent Research Devel. Protein Eng. 2, 161-178 (INVITED REVIEW).
  142. P. Kaliannan, M. Michael Gromiha and M. Elanthirayan (2001). Solvent Accessibility Studies on Polysaccarides. Int. J. Biol. Macromol. 28, 135-141.
  143. M. Michael Gromiha (2001). Important inter-residue contacts for enhancing the thermal stability of thermophilic proteins. Biophys. Chem. 91, 71-77.
  144. M. Michael Gromiha and A. Mary Thangakani (2001). Role of Medium and Long-range Interactions to the Stability of the Mutants of T4 Lysozyme. Prep. Biochem. Biotech. 31, 217-227.
  145. M. Michael Gromiha , J. An, H. Kono, M. Oobatake, H. Uedaira, P. Prabakaran and A. Sarai (2000). ProTherm, Version 2.0: Thermodynamic Database for Proteins and Mutants. Nucl. Acids Res. 28, 283-285.
  146. S. Selvaraj and M. Michael Gromiha (2000). Inter-residue Interactions in Protein Structures. Current Science 78, 129-131.
  147. M. Michael Gromiha (2000). Structure Based Sequence Dependent Stiffness Scale for Trinucleotides: A Direct Method. J. Biol. Phys. 26, 41-48.
  148. K. Sayano, H. Kono, M. Michael Gromiha and A. Sarai (2000). Multicanonical Monte Carlo Calculation of the Free Energy Map of the Base-Amino Acid Interaction. J. Comp. Chem. 21, 954-962.
  149. M. Michael Gromiha, J. An, H. Kono, M. Oobatake, H. Uedaira, P. Prabakaran, S. Selvaraj and A. Sarai (2000). Recent Developments of ProTherm: Thermodynamic Database for Proteins and Mutants. Genome Informatics 11, 384-385.
  150. R. Muthusamy, M. Michael Gromiha and P.K. Ponnuswamy (2000). On the Thermal Unfolding Character of Globular Proteins. J. Prot. Chem. 19, 1-8.
  151. M. Michael Gromiha and S. Selvaraj (2000). Inter-residue Interactions in the Structure, Folding and Stability of Proteins. Recent Research Devel. Biophys. Chem. 1, 1-14 (INVITED REVIEW) .
  152. T.S. Kumarevel, M. Michael Gromiha and M.N. Ponnuswamy (2000). Structural Class Prediction: An Application of Residue Distribution Along the Sequence. Biophys. Chem. 88, 81-101.
  153. H. Uedaira, M. Michael Gromiha, J. An and A. Sarai (2000). Introduction to the Thermodynamic Database for Proteins and Mutants, ProTherm. Netsu Sokutei (Calorimetry and Thermal Analysis) 27, 250-256.
  154. M. Michael Gromiha , M. Oobatake, H. Kono, H. Uedaira and A. Sarai (2000). Importance of Surrounding Residues for Predicting Protein Stability of Partially Buried Mutations. J. Biomol. Str. Dyn. 18, 281-295.
  155. P. Prabakaran, J. An, M. Michael Gromiha, S. Selvaraj, H. Uedaira, H. Kono and A. Sarai (2000). ProNIT: Thermodynamic Database for Protein-Nucleic Acid Interactions. Genome Informatics 11, 386-387
  156. M. Michael Gromiha , J. An, H. Kono, M. Oobatake, H. Uedaira and A. Sarai (1999). ProTherm: Thermodynamic Database for Proteins and Mutants. Nucl. Acids Res. 27, 286-288.
  157. M. Michael Gromiha and S. Selvaraj (1999). Influence of Medium and Long Range Contacts in Protein Folding. Prep. Biochem. Biotech. 29, 339-351.
  158. M. Michael Gromiha and S. Selvaraj (1999). Importance of Long Range Interactions in Protein Folding. Biophysical Chemistry 77, 49-68.
  159. K. Sayano, H. Kono, M. Michael Gromiha, and A. Sarai (1999). Application of Multicanonical Algorithm for the derivation of Free-energy Landscape of Base-amino acid Interactions. RIKEN REVIEW 25, 141-142.
  160. P. Prabakaran, J. An, M. Michael Gromiha, S. Selvaraj, H. Uedaira, H. Kono and A. Sarai (1999). Thermodynamic Database for Protein-DNA Interactions. Genome Informatics 10, 280-281.
  161. M. Michael Gromiha (1999). A Simple Method for Predicting Transmembrane Alpha Helices at Better Accuracy. Protein Engineering 12, 557-561.
  162. M. Michael Gromiha , M. Oobatake, H. Kono, H. Uedaira and A. Sarai (1999). Role of Structural and Sequence Information for Predicting Protein Stability Changes: Comparison between Buried and Partially Buried Mutations. Protein Engineering 12, 549-555.
  163. Sarai, H. Kono, M. Michael Gromiha, F. Pichierri, K. Sayano and M. Aida (1999). Methods for Predicting Target Sites of Transcription Factors. Genome Informatics 10, 247-248.
  164. M. Michael Gromiha , M. Oobatake, H. Kono, H. Uedaira and A. Sarai (1999). Relationship between Amino Acid Properties and Protein Stability: Buried Mutations. J. Protein Chem. 18, 565- 578.
  165. F. Pichierri, M. Aida, M. Michael Gromiha and A. Sarai (1999). Free Energy Maps of Base-Amino Acid Interactions for Protein-DNA Recognition. J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 121, 6152-6157
  166. M. Michael Gromiha, H. Kono, K. Sayano, F. Pichierri, M. Aida and A. Sarai (1999). Free Energy Maps of Interaction between Base pairs and Amino acids: Effect of Side-chain Length. RIKEN REVIEW 25, 134-135.
  167. M. Michael Gromiha, M. Oobatake and A. Sarai (1999). Important amino acid properties for enhanced thermostability from mesophilic to thermophilic proteins. Biophysical Chemistry 82, 51-67.
  168. M. Michael Gromiha and S. Selvaraj (1999). Amino Acid Clustering Pattern and Medium and Long-range Interactions in (alpha/beta)8 Barrel Proteins. Periodicum Biologorum 101, 333-338.
  169. M. Michael Gromiha , J. An, H. Kono, M. Oobatake, H. Uedaira, P. Prabakaran and A. Sarai (1999) Progress of ProTherm: Thermodynamic Database for Proteins and Mutants. Genome Informatics 10, 265-266.
  170. T.S. Kumarevel, M. Michael Gromiha , and M.N. Ponnuswamy (1998). Solvent Accessibility Analysis on the Mutants of Hsc70 ATPase fragment. Biophysical Chemistry 71 99-111
  171. M.G. Munteanu, M. Michael Gromiha and S. Pongor (1998). Non-linear Behaviour of Anisotropic Elastic Bending Models of DNA. Nonlinear Science Today S09389008(98)00002-3; NST URL (http://www.springer-ny.com/nst)
  172. M. Michael Gromiha and S. Selvaraj (1998). Protein Secondary Structure Prediction in Different Structural Classes. Protein Engineering 11 249-251
  173. S. Selvaraj and M. Michael Gromiha (1998). Analysis of Amino Acid Clustering Pattern in TIM barrel Proteins. J. Protein Chem. 17 407-415
  174. Gabrielian, K. Vlahovicek, M.G. Munteanu, M. Michael Gromiha , I. Brukner, R. Sanchez and S. Pongor (1998). Prediction of Bendability and Curvature in Genomic DNA. In “Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics (Eds. R.H. Sharma and M.H. Sharma) Vol. 1 117-132, Adenine Press, New York.
  175. P. Kaliannan, M. Michael Gromiha, K. Ramamurthi and M. Elanthirayan (1998). Solvent Accessibility Analysis on Glycosaminoglycons. Biophysical Chemistry 74, 11-22
  176. S. Selvaraj and M. Michael Gromiha (1998). Importance of Long Range Interactions in TIM Barrel Fold. J. Protein Chem. 17, 691-697
  177. F. Pichierri, M. Michael Gromiha , M. Aida and A. Sarai (1998). Free-Energy Calculations of Base-Amino Acid Interactions in DNA-Protein Recognition. RIKEN Review 19, 130-131.
  178. T.S. Kumarevel, M. Michael Gromiha and M.N. Ponnuswamy (1998). Analysis of Hydrophobic and Charged Patches and Influence of Medium and Long Range Contacts in Molecular Chaperones. Biophysical Chemistry 75, 105-113.
  179. M. Michael Gromiha , J. An, H. Kono, M. Oobatake, H. Uedaira and A. Sarai (1998) ProTherm: Thermodynamic Database for Proteins and Mutants. Genome Informatics 9, 330-331.
  180. T.S. Kumarevel, M. Michael Gromiha and M.N. Ponnuswamy (1998). Molecular Chaperones. Current Sci. 75, 1000-1002.
  181. M. Michael Gromiha , R. Majumdar and P.K. Ponnuswamy (1997). Identification of Membrane Spanning Beta Strands in Bacterial Porins. Protein Engineering 10 497-500
  182. M. Michael Gromiha and S. Selvaraj. (1997). Influence of Medium and Long Range Interactions in Different Structural Classes of Globular Proteins. J. Biol. Phys. 23 151-162
  183. M. Michael Gromiha , M.G. Munteanu, I. Simon and S. Pongor (1997). The Role of DNA Bending in Cro Protein-DNA Interactions. Biophysical Chemistry 69 153-160
  184. M. Michael Gromiha , and S. Selvaraj (1997). Influence of Medium and Long Range Contacts in TIM barrel proteins. J. Biol. Phys. 23 209-217
  185. M. Michael Gromiha , M.G. Munteanu, A.Gabrielian and S. Pongor (1996). Anisotropic Elastic Bending Models of DNA. J. Biol. Phys. 22 227-243
  186. M. Michael Gromiha and P.K. Ponnuswamy (1996). Hydrophobic Distribution and Spatial Arrangement of Amino Acid Residues in Membrane Proteins. Int. J. Peptide Protein Res. 48 452-460
  187. M. Michael Gromiha and P.K. Ponnuswamy (1995). Prediction of Protein Secondary Structures from their Hydrophobic Characteristics. Int. J. Peptide Protein Res. 45 225-240
  188. P.K. Ponnuswamy and M. Michael Gromiha (1994). On the Conformational Stability of Folded Proteins. J. Theor. Biol. 166 63-74.
  189. P.K. Ponnuswamy and M. Michael Gromiha (1994). On the Conformational Stability of Oligonucleotide Duplexes and tRNA Molecules. J. Theor. Biol. 169 419-432
  190. P.K. Ponnuswamy and M. Michael Gromiha (1993). Prediction of Transmembrane Helices from Hydrophobic Characteristics of Proteins. Int. J. Peptide Protein Res. 42 326-341.
  191. M. Michael Gromiha and P.K. Ponnuswamy (1993). Prediction of Transmembrane Beta Strands from Hydrophobic Characteristics of Proteins. Int. J. Peptide Protein Res. 42 420-431
  192. M. Michael Gromiha and P.K. Ponnuswamy (1993). Relationship between Amino Acid Properties and Protein Compressibility. J. Theor. Biol. 165 87-100.

 

Honors and Awards

  • Awards

  • Junior Research Fellowship Bharathidasan University, India (1989).
  • Senior Research Fellowship Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), India (1992).
  • AMBO Young Scientist Travel Award Asian Molecular Biology Organization, Japan (1994).
  • Research Associateship Department of Science and Technology (DST), India (1995).
  • Visiting Fellowship Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, India (1995).
  • ICTP Young Scientist Travel Award International Center for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy (1995).
  • Post Doctoral Research Fellowship International Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB), Trieste, Italy (1995).
  • Post Doctoral Research Fellowship The Institute of Physical and Chemical Research (RIKEN), Japan (1997)
  • STA Fellowship Science and Technology Agency, Japan (1998)
  • Young Scientist Travel Award The Biophysical Society of Japan, (1999).
  • RIKEN Researcher Fellowship The Institute of Physical and Chemical Research, Japan (2000)
  • Young Scientist Travel Award ISMB 2000, USA (2000).
  • ICTP Young Scientist Travel Award International Center for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy (2001).
  • Oxford University Press Bioinformatics Prize Best Poster Award at Genome Informatics Workshop 2002
  • JSPS-ESF Invited Participant for Bioinformatics Discussion Meeting Japan Society for the Promotion of Sciences and European Science Foundation (2003, 2006).
  • Daiwa Foundation Award Daiwa-Anglo Japanese Foundation, UK (2004).
  • Okawa Science Foundation Research Grant Award Okawa Science Foundation, Japan (2005).
  • JSPS Travel Award Japan Society for the Promotion of Sciences (2007).
    International Who’s Who in the world (2000~)
  • 2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of the 21st Century (2010)
  • Best paper award at International Conference on Intelligent Computing (2010)
  • Honors

  • Editor/Editorial Board member/Program Committee member
  • Editor in Chief: Open Structural Biology Journal (2008-)
  • Associate Editor: BMC Bioinformatics (2010-)
  • Guest Editor: Current Protein and Peptide Science (2009-2010)
  • Editorial Board Member: Current Computer Aided Drug Design (2006-)
  • Editorial Board Member: Biologia (2009-)
  • Editorial Board Member: Open Biotechnology Journal (2008-)
  • Member: Nature Reader Panel (2009-)
  • PC member: Intelligence Systems in Molecular Biology (ISMB)
  • PC member: European conference on Computational Biology (ECCB)
  • PC member: Pattern Recognition in Bioinformatics (PRIB2008)
  • Special session Co-organizer: Pattern Recognition in Bioinformatics (PRIB2007)
  • Special session Co-organizer: IEEE Word Congress on Computational Intelligence (WCCI2008)
  • Special session organizer: International Conference on Intelligent Computing (ICIC2010)
  • Invited Speaker

  • National Center for Biotechnology, Madrid, Spain (1997)
  • Symposium on “Computational Science with Supercomputer and Special Purpose”, RIKEN, Japan (2001).
  • Computational Biology Research Center, AIST, Tokyo, Japan (2001)
  • Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand (2003)
  • ESF-JSPS Frontier Science Meeting for Young Researchers, San Feliu de Guixols, Spain (2003)
  • 4th KIAS Conference on Protein structure and function, Korea (2004).
  • KIT Bioinformatics Workshop, Japan (2005)
  • Bioinformatics Research Center, University of Glasgow, UK (2005)
  • Bioinformatics Institute, Singapore (2005)
  • Virtual workshop on Bioinformatics, Japan (2006, 2007)
  • ESF-JSPS Frontier Science Follow-up Meeting for Young Researchers, Kanagawa, Japan (2006)
  • East Asian Bioinformatics Symposium, Japan (2006)
  • Chuo University, Tokyo, Japan (2006)
  • University of North Carolina Charlotte, USA (2006)
  • Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, USA (2006)
  • University of Pittsburgh, USA (2006)
  • International Winter School on Bioinformatics, India (2006)
  • Physical Society of Japan (2007)
  • International conference on protein stability, UK (2007)
  • Bio-Expo Academic Forum, Japan (2007)
  • Bharathidasan University, India (2007)
  • Chuo University, Tokyo, Japan (2007)
  • Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Sciences (2007).
  • Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai, India (2008)
  • International conference on Recent Trends in Biomolecular Structure and Function, India (2008)
  • Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, India (2008)
  • Chuo University, Tokyo, Japan (2008)
  • Bharathidasan University, India (2008)
  • International symposium on “Glycoscience, Cell Engineering and Bioinformatics”, Hyderabad, India (2008).
  • International conference on “Open Source for Computer Aided Drug Discovery”, Chandigarh, India (2009)
  • Bioinformatics Institute, Singapore (2009)
  • National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, India (2009)
  • Manonmanium Sundaranar University, Tirunelveli, India (2009)
  • 3rd Japan-India bilateral symposium on “Glycoscience, Bioinformatics and Cell Engineering”, Tsukuba, Japan (2009)
    Emory University, Atlanta, USA (2009)
  • Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, USA (2010)
  • National Center for Biological Sciences, Bangalore, India (2010)
  • Manonmanium Sundaranar University, Tirunelveli, India (2010)
  • Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, India (2010)
  • Tokiwa University, Mito, Japan (2010)
  • ISMB2010, Boston, USA (2010)
  • University of Madras, Chennai, India (2010)
  • Bharathidasan University, India (2010)
  • National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, India (2010).
  • 2nd Indo-Japan-India Symposium on Bioinformatics, IIT Delhi, India (2010).
  • 4th India-Japan Symposium on Cell Engineering and Bioinformatics,IIT Delhi, India (2010)
  • Invited Contributor

  • Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology
  • Recent Research Developments in Biophysical Chemistry.
  • Periodicum Biologorum
  • Preparative Biochemistry and Biotechnology
  • Current Protein and Peptide Science
  • Recent Research Developments in Protein Engineering
  • Journal of the Biophysical Society of Japan
  • Current Bioinformatics
  • GENE
  • Current Computer Aided Drug Design
  • Handbook of Calorimetry and Thermal Analysis
  • QSAR and Molecular Modeling of Heterocyclic Drugs
  • Protein Folding: New Research
  • Biochemical Society Transactions
  • Wiley Encyclopedia on Chemical Biology
  • Thesis Examiner

  • University of Madras
  • Madurai Kamaraj University
  • Bharthidasan University
  • Aligarh Muslim University
  • Anna University, India
  • VIT University, India
  • University of Pune, India
  • Project Proposal Reviewer

  • Israel Science Foundation
  • OTKA Foundation, Hungary
  • Manuscript Reviewer

  • Applied Bioinformatics
  • Archieves in Biochemistry and Biophysics
  • Biochemica et Biophysica Acta
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  • Biophysical Chemistry
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  • Crystal Growth and Design
  • Current Bioinformatics
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  • FEBS Letters
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  • International Journal of Biological Macromolecules
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  • Journal of Zhejiang University Science
  • New Journal of Chemistry
  • Nucleic Acids Research
  • Open Structural Biology
  • Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics
  • PLoS Biology
  • PLoS Computational Biology
  • PLoS ONE
  • Polymer
  • Protein Engineering
  • Protein Science
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  • Memberships

  • Biophysical society of Japan
  • Who’s Who in the world, USA
  • International biographical literature, England
  • Bioinformatics Socitey of Japan
  • American association for the advancement of sciences, USA
  • Protein Engineering Society of Japan
  • American Protein Society, USA
  • Protein Science Socitey of Japan
  • International Society for Computational Biology