1.CARd-3D: Carbon distribution in 3D structure program for plobular Proteins,
   E.Rajasekaran, K.Akila, M.Vijayasarathy, C.S.Vinobha, R.Senthil and P.Anandagopu,
   Bioinformation, 10(3), 138-143 (2014).
2.Thymine distribution in genes provides novel insight into the functional significance
   of the proteome of the malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum 3D7,
   Balamurugan Palanisamy, Rajasekaran Ekambaram and Klaus Heese,
   Bioinformatics, 30(5), 597-600 (2013).
3.Carbon distribution accounts a lot for patterns in proteins,
   E.Rajasekaran and K.Sheeba,
   Ind. J. Bioinfo. Biotech. 2(1), 45-47 (2013).
4.Carbon distribution in protein structure influences thermostability of modified form,
   E.Rajasekaran,
   J. Adv, Biotech. 12(9), 9-10 (2013).
5.Thymine in different frames of untranslated regions of nucleic acid,
   E.Rajasekaran and Asha Jacob,
   Int. J. Bioinfo. Res. 5(1), 282-284 (2013).
6.Carbon distribution in protein local structure direct superoxide dismutase to disease way,
   E.Rajasekaran, Sneha Nirmala John and J.Jannet Vennila,
   J. Proteins and Proteomics, 3(2), 99-104 (2012).
7.The nature of proteins in Influenza,K.Akila, P.Balamurugan and E.Rajasekaran,
   Health, 4(10), 991-994 (2012).
8.Carbon distribution analysis on mutations responsible for Li-Fraumeni syndrome,
   F.A.Mamboya, P.D.Nsimama, E.Amri, J.S.Sharmila and E.Rajasekaran, J. BioSci. 1(2), 2012.
9.Role of carbon in crystal structures of wild-type and mutated form of dihydrofolate preductase thymidylatesynthase of P. falciparum,
   E.Amri, A.F.Mamboya, P.D.Nsimama and E.Rajasekaran,
   Int. J. Appl. Biol. Pharm. Tech. 3(3), 1-6 (2012).
10.Carbon distribution to toxic effect of toxin proteins,
   K.Akila, K.Rajendran and E.Rajasekaran, Bioinformation 8(15), 720-721 (2012).
11.Magnitude of thymine in different frames of messenger RNAs,
   E.Rajasekaran, Asha Jacob and Klaus Heese, Int. J. Bioinfo. Res. 4(3), 273-275 (2012).
12.Correlation between the mutated colour tunings and carbon distributions in luciferase bioluminescence,
   P.D.Nsimama, A.F.Mamboya, E.Amri and E.Rajasekaran, Comput. Intelli. Bioinfo., 5(2), 105-112 (2012).
13.CARd: Carbon distribution analysis program for protein sequences,
   E.Rajasekaran, Bioinformation, 8(11), 508-512 (2012).
14.Study on carbon distribution at protein regions of disorder,
   K.Akila, N. Sneha and E.Rajasekaran,
   Int. J. Biosci. Biochem. Bioinfo. 2(2), 58-60 (2012).
15.Adenine in viral mRNAs manipulate the carbon in proteins,
     E.Rajasekaran and K.Akila, Int. J. Biosci. Biochem. Bioinfo. 1(4): 249-252 (2011).
16.Carbon profile of commercially important sericin protein of silkworm, Bombyx mori,
     E.Rajasekaran, S.Jency and K.Panneerselvam, J. Adv. Bioinfo. Appln. Res. 2(3), 173-176 (2011).
17.High carbon content in drugs causes side effects,
     E.Rajasekaran and M.Palaniselvan, J. Adv. Biotech., 11(4); 11-12 (2011).
18.Carbon and half life of proteins,
     Sneha Nirmala John, Anisha Jayakumar, AN.Kaarthik, J.Jannet Vennila and E.Rajasekaran,
     Int. J. Bioinfo. 4(2), 23-24 (2011).
19.Allotment of carbon is responsible for disorders in proteins,
     E.Rajasekaran, K.Akila, M.Vijayasarathy,Bioinformation, 6(8), 291-292 (2011).
20.CARBANA: Carbon analysis program for protein sequences
     E.Rajasekaran and M.Vijayasarathy, Bioinformation, 5(10), 455-457 (2011).
21.The hydrophobicity of protein-protein and protein-DNA interactions,
     R.Senthil and E.Rajasekaran, Int. J. Adv, Bioinfo. 1(1), 7-8 (2010).
22.Reduction of thymine in mRNA sequence of tumor protein,
     E.Rajasekaran and P.Anandagopu, J. Adv. Biotech., 9(7); 9-10 (2010).
23.What might be the difference in viral proteins?
     K.Akila and E.Rajasekaran, Int. J. Bioinfo. Res. 1(2); 1-3(2009).
24.Role of large hydrophobic residues in proteins,
     V.Jayaraj, R.Suhanya, M. Vijayasarathy, P.Anandagopu and E. Rajasekaran,
     Bioinformation, 3(9); 409-412, (2009).
25.Comparative analysis of carbon distribution and hydropathy plot,
     R.Senthil and E.Rajasekaran, J. Adv. Biotech. 8 (9); 30-31 (2009).
26.The nature of proteins,
     E.Rajasekaran, C.S.Vinobha, M.Vijayasarathy and R.Senthil and P.Shankarganesh,
     IACSIT-SC, IEEE 452-453 (2009).
27.Are the proteins being hydrated during evolution?
     E.Rajasekaran, M.Rajadurai, C.S.Vinobha and R.Senthil,
     J. Comput. Intelli. Bioinfo.1(2-3); 115-119(2008).
28.Role of thymine in protein coding frames of mRNA sequences,
     P.Anandagopu, S.Suhanya, V.Jayaraj, and E.Rajasekaran,
     Bioinformation, 2(7); 304-307 (2008).


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