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Welcome to the homepage of Dr. Nagasuma Chandra's group at Bioinformatics Centre, Indian Institute of Science.
Welcome to the homepage of Dr. Nagasuma Chandra's group at Bioinformatics Centre, Indian Institute of Science.
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The current focus of our research is the application of systems biology to understanding diseases and immunological processes with particular emphasis on carbohydrate recognition. An obvious outcome will be an application of the obtained knowledge in drug and vaccine discovery.
The current focus of our research is the application of systems biology to understanding diseases and immunological processes with particular emphasis on carbohydrate recognition. An obvious outcome will be an application of the obtained knowledge in drug and vaccine discovery.
'''Research Highlights'''
'''Research Highlights'''
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* [[Suma:Systems Biology|Systems Biology]]
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* [[Chandra:Systems Biology|Systems Biology]]
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* [[Suma:Sequence Analysis|Sequence Analysis]]
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* [[Chandra:Sequence Analysis|Sequence Analysis]]
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* [[Suma:Value-added specific databases|Value-added specific databases]]
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* [[Chandra:Value-added specific databases|Value-added specific databases]]
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* [[Suma:Immunoinformatics|Immunoinformatics]]
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* [[Chandra:Immunoinformatics|Immunoinformatics]]
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* [[Suma:Structural Bioinformatics|Structural Bioinformatics]]
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* [[Chandra:Structural Bioinformatics|Structural Bioinformatics]]
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* [[Suma:Crystallography|Crystallography]]
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* [[Chandra:Crystallography|Crystallography]]
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More details can be found in our page on [[Suma:Research|Research]].
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More details can be found in our page on [[Chandra:Research|Research]].

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Welcome to the homepage of Dr. Nagasuma Chandra's group at Bioinformatics Centre, Indian Institute of Science.

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The current focus of our research is the application of systems biology to understanding diseases and immunological processes with particular emphasis on carbohydrate recognition. An obvious outcome will be an application of the obtained knowledge in drug and vaccine discovery.

Research Highlights

More details can be found in our page on Research.

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