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I completed my Ph.D. and currently working as a 'staff scientist' in Colonge University Bioinformatics Center, Germany.

Areas of Interest

  • Structural bioinformatics
  • Drug discovery
  • Protein-Ligand docking
  • Molecular modelling
  • Statistical data

Publications

Journal Articles:

Vijaya Parthiban, M. Michael Gromiha and Dietmar Schomburg. CUPSAT: Predicting Protein Stability Changes upon Point Mutations (2006) (Nucleic Acids Research, in press).

Vijaya Parthiban, M. Michael Gromiha, Christian Hoppe and Dietmar Schomburg. Structural Analysis and Prediction of Protein Mutant Stability using Distance and Torsion Potentials: Role of Secondary Structure and Solvent Accessibility. (Proteins: Structure, Function and Bioinformatics, in press).

Devi Mariappan, Johannes Winkler, Vijaya Parthiban, Michael Xavier Doss, Jürgen Hescheler, Agapios Sachinidis. (2006) Dietary small molecules and large-scale gene expression studies: An experimental approach for understanding their beneficial effects on the development of malignant and non-malignant proliferative diseases. (Current Medicinal Chemistry, in press).

Posters/Talks:

ISMB / ECCB 2004, Glasgow: Poster Title: Prediction of Factors Determining Changes in Thermostability in Protein Mutants.

GCB 2004, Bielefeld: Poster Title: Prediction of Factors Determining Changes in Thermostability in Protein Mutants (with improved results).

ISMB 2005, Detroit: Two posters were presented. Poster Title 1: Computational Analysis of RNA Binding Proteins Based On Composition, Sequence And Structural Information. Poster Title 2: http://www.iscbsc.org - A New Professional Web-based ISCB Student Council Framework for Computational Biology Support

ECCB 2005, Madrid: Optimisation of Atomic Interaction Models for An Effective Description Of Protein Structure Parameters.

ESF-JSPS workshop on Functional Genomics: From the Bench to Bioinformatics. Talk: ‘Structural Analysis and Prediction of Protein Mutant Stability using Distance and Torsion Potentials: Role of Secondary Structure and Solvent Accessibility’

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