Volume : VI, Issue : III, March - 2017

EFFECT OF SIX WEEKS CONDITIONING PROGRAMME ON PHYSICAL FITNESS STATUS OF PROFESIONAL PHYSICAL EDUCATION STUDENTS

Atanu Kumar Nanda

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 Computational approaches have attracted tremendous attention for the prediction of protein-protein interaction networks and also because of the ability of such methods to validate the results. In this study, we report protein-protein interaction (PPI) interfaces of bacterial universal stress protein, UspC and chromosome partitioning protein, mukB by using in silico methods. Universal stress protein, UspC has a functional role in providing resistance to DNA damaging agents and the predicted partner chromosome partitioning protein, mukB is involved in chromosome segregation and condensation and associated signal transduction. The study reveals the hot spot residues in the protein-protein interaction interface and also the solvation free energy gain upon formation of the assembly that indicates the areas to be targeted with small molecules. The geometry of PPI interfaces also indicates the possibility of finding new therapeutic interventions.

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Alok Jha, Protein-Protein Interaction (PPI) interface study of bacterial Universal Stress Protein (UspC) and Chromosome Partitioning Protein (mukB): Computational Approaches, GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS : Volume-6, Issue-3, March‾2017


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