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    Publications :: Botulinum Research Center ::

    Recent Publication List :

    • Raj Kumar, and Bal Ram Singh (2016) Protein Toxins in Modeling Biochemistry. Springer Briefs in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Publisher: Springer, ISBN 978-3-319-43538-1. Cover-Page
    • Kumar R, Dhaliwal HP, Kukreja RV, Singh BR (2016).The Botulinum Toxin as a Therapeutic Agent: Molecular Structure and Mechanism of Action in Motor and Sensory Systems. Semin Neurol., 36, 10-9. Read More
    • Ravichandran E, Janardhanan P, Patel K, Riding S, Cai S, Singh BR (2016). In Vivo Toxicity and Immunological Characterization of Detoxified Recombinant Botulinum Neurotoxin Type A. Pharm Res., 33, 639-52. Read More
    • Eswaramoorthy S, Sun J, Li H, Singh BR, Swaminathan S (2015). Molecular Assembly of Clostridium botulinum progenitor M complex of type E. Sci Rep., 5,17795 – 18004. Read More
    • Chang TW, Janardhanan P, Mello CM, Singh BR, Cai S. (2016) Selection of RNA Aptamers Against Botulinum Neurotoxin Type A Light Chain Through a Non-Radioactive Approach. Appl Biochem Biotechnol. [Epub ahead of print]
    • Kumar, R., Cai, S., and Singh, B. R. (2015) Resolution of sub-nano second motion in BoNT/A LC: An evidence of internal flexibility. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta – Proteins and Proteomics, 1854, 321- 326. Read More
    • Chellapan, G., Kumar, R., Goyal, D., Cai S., and Singh, B. R. (2015) Structural and functional analysis of botulinum neurotoxin subunits for pH-dependent membrane channel formation and translocation. Biochemical et Biophysica Acta — Proteins and Proteomics, 1854, 1510 - 1516. Read More
    • Koh, C. Y., Schaff, U. Y., Piccini, M. E., Stanker, L. H., Cheng, L. W., Ravichandran, E., Singh, B. R., Sommer, G. J., and Singh, A. K. (2015). Centrifugal microfludic platform for ultrasensitive detection of botulinum toxin. Anal Chem., 87, 922 – 928. Read More
    • Wang, L., Sun, Y., Yang, W., Lindo, P., and Singh, B. R. (2014). Type A botulinum neurotoxin complex proteins diffentially modulate host response of neuronal cells. Toxicon, 82, 52 – 60. Read More
    • Patel, K., Cai, S., and Singh, B. R. (2014). Current strategies for designing antidotes against botulinum neurotoxins. Expert Opin. Drug. Discov., 9, 319-333. Read More
    • Kumar, R., Kukreja, R., Cai, S. and Singh, B. R. (2014) Differential Role of Molten Globule and Protein Folding in Distinguishing Unique Features of Botulinum Neurotoxin. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta – Proteins and Proteomics, 1844, 1145-1152. Read More
    • Chellappan, G., Kumar, R., Cai, S., and Singh. B. R. (2014) Role of neurotoxin associated proteins in the Low pH induced structural changes in the botulinum neurotoxin complex. The Protein Journal, 33, 557 - 564. Read More



    Recent Posters :

    • Kumar R, Patel K, Cai S, and Singh BR (2016). Virtual Screening and ADMET analysis of endopeptidase inhibitors. Bioscience Meeting, Baltimore, June 7. View Poster
    • Ravichandran E, Davis J, Wang L, Patel K, Kumar R, and Singh BR(2016). Development of recombinant protein based vaccine for BoNT. Bioscience meeting, Baltimore, June 7.View Poster
    • Raj Kumar, and Bal Ram Singh (2015). Virtual Screening of small molecule inhibitor against BoNT/A LC. Ninth Annual Botulinum Research Symposium, August 12 -14, 2015.
    • Fardeen Rashid, Zachary Young, Raj Kumar, and Bal Ram Singh (2015). In Silico quantitative structure-inhibition relationship (QSIR) for selected candidates against botulinum neurotoxin A light chain. Ninth Annual Botulinum Research Symposium, August 12 -14, 2015.
    • Brook Spencer, Lindsey Foster, Sara Sabet, Raj Kumar, Kodumudi Venkat Venkateshwaran, David Hodge, and Bal Ram Singh (2015). A combination of isoelectric and ammonium sulphate precipitation enhances detection of BoNT/A in a monoclonal antibody based sandwich ELISA. Ninth Annual Botulinum Research Symposium, August 12 -14, 2015.
    • Raj Kumar, Kruti Patel, Shuowei Cai, and Bal Ram Singh (2015). Virtual Screening and ADMET analysis of endopeptidase inhibitors. Inter Botulinum Research Coordination Committee Conference in Philadelphia. October 25 – 28, 2015.
    • Raj Kumar, Wei Ping Yang, Thomas Feltrup, Guncha Ambrin, Tzuu Wang Chang, Paul Lindo, Shuowei Cai, and Bal Ram Singh (2015). Sizes and Structures of SNAP-25 substrates and botulinum neurotoxin endopeptidase influence enzyme assays. Inter Botulinum Research Coordination Committee Conference in Philadelphia. Octobet 25 – 28, 2015.
    • Raj Kumar, Wei Ping Yang, Thomas Feltrup, Guncha Ambrin, Tzuu Wang Chang, Paul Lindo, Shuowei Cai, and Bal Ram Singh (2015). Inter Botulinum Research Coordination Committee Conference in Philadelphia. October 25 – 28, 2015.
    • Lei Wang, Yi Sun, Weiping Yang, Paul Lindo, Bal Ram Singh (2015). Type A Botulinum Neurotoxin Complex Proteins Differentially Modulate Host Response of Neuronal Cells. Ninth Botulinum Research Symposium, New Bedford, MA, USA, August 12 -14, 2015.
    • Raj Kumar, Jordon Burke, and Bal Ram Singh (2014). Active Conformational States of Botulinum Endopeptidase as Determined by SAXS. Eight Annual Botulinum Research Symposium, August 13-15, 2014.
    • Brook Spencer, Lindsey Foster, Sara Sabet, Raj Kumar, Kodumudi Venkat Venkateshwaran, Shuowei Cai, and Bal Ram Singh (2014). A Combination of Isoelectric and Ammonium Sulfate Precipitation Enhances Detection of BoNT/A in a Monoclonal Antibody based Sandwich ELISA. Eight Annual Botulinum Research Symposium, August 13-15, 2014. Ninth Annual Botulinum Research Symposium, August 12-14, 2015.
    • Raj Kumar, Olga Kononova, Shuowei Cai, Valeri Barsegov, and Bal Ram Singh (2014). Dynamic Solution Structure of BoNT/A Light Chain Critical for Binding to Potential Inhibitors. Inter Botulinum Research Coordination Committee Conference in Philadelphia, October 26-29, 2014.


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