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  • Prof R Sankararamakrishnan

  • Professor (HAG)
  • Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
Publications 1990 - 2021

Publications

  • 59
    Journal Articles
  • 2
    Book Chapter
  • 4
    Conference
    Proceedings
  • 6
  • 12
  • 5
  • 41

Citations / H-Index

1910 Citations
24 h-index
1658 Citations

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Expertise

Biodiversity Conservation

The Mechanism of Membrane Protein Function, Investigating Water-transporting Aquaporin Channels, the Molecular Mechanism of Recognition Between Proand Anti-Apoptotic BCL-2 Family Members

Personal Information

Prof R Sankararamakrishnan

Male
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
Kanpur Nagar, Uttar Pradesh, India - 208016


Experience

  • Professor (HAG)

    Department of Biological Sciences and Bioengineering

    Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur

  • Professor

    Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur


Qualification

  • Ph.D

    Indian Institute of Science Bangalore


Honours and Awards

2008

National Bioscience Award

Dept. of Biotechnology, Govt. of India

2008

National Bioscience Award

Dept. of Biotechnology, Govt. of India

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Doctoral Theses Guided

2021

Evolution, selectivity and transport mechanism of SWEET sugar transporters: A combined bioinformatics and simulation study

Ankita Gupta, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur

2018

Assessing non-obligate integral membrane protein oligomerization: G-protein coupled receptors and major intrinsic proteins in focus

Manu Vajpai, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur

2018

Sequence diversity and structure-function relationship in formate/nitrite transporters (FNTs): Family-wise computational studies

Mishtu Mukherjee, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur

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2021

Evolution, selectivity and transport mechanism of SWEET sugar transporters: A combined bioinformatics and simulation study

Ankita Gupta, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur

2018

Assessing non-obligate integral membrane protein oligomerization: G-protein coupled receptors and major intrinsic proteins in focus

Manu Vajpai, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur

2018

Sequence diversity and structure-function relationship in formate/nitrite transporters (FNTs): Family-wise computational studies

Mishtu Mukherjee, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur

2017

NH•••N hydrogen bonds in proteins and biological significance of non-covalent interactions: Computational Studies

R. N. V. Krishna Deepak, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur

2015

Understanding the Evolution, Transport, and Selectivity in Major Intrinsic Protein Superfamily: Bioinformatics Studies and Molecular Dynamics Simulations

Ravi Kumar Verma, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur

2014

Dynamics of Hydrophobic Binding Clefts in Anti-apoptotic Bcl-2 Proteins: Comparison between different Bcl-2 Homologs in apo- and complex forms.

Vivek Modi, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur

2011

Significance of Self-contacting Asx/Glx Residues in Protein Structures: Quantum Chemical Studies and Molecular Dynamics Simulations

Tuhin Kumar Pal, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur

2011

Non-covalent interactions involving aromatic residues in biomolecules: Structural bioinformatics approach combined with quantum chemical studies and molecular dynamics simulations

Alok Jain, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur

2011

Role of Membrane in GPCR-Peptide Recognition: Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Bombesin-Like Peptides & Exendin in DMPC Bilayers

Priyanka Prakash Srivastava, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur

2010

Molecular dynamics simulations of Bcl-XL protein binding to BH3 peptides and structural analysis of Bcl-2 helical-fold

Dilraj Lama, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur

2009

Understanding the Superfamily of Major Intrinsic Proteins in Plants and Other Organisms using Bioinformatics Approach

Anjali Bansal Gupta, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur

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Membership In Professional Bodies

Indian Biophysical Society

Life Member

Indian Biophysical Society

Life Member

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