College of Science and Mathematics
10 achievements

10 achievements

Krishnan, Viswanathan
Wyrobek, A., Manohar, C., Krishnan, V., Nelson, D., Furtado, M., Bhattacharya, M., ... Coleman, M.  (2011). Low dose radiation response curves, networks and pathways in human lymphoblastoid cells exposed from 1 to 10cGy of acute gamma radiation.  Mutation Research/ Genetic Toxicology and Environmental Mutagenesis. 722(2), 119-130.
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Ravindran, R., Khan, I., Krishnan, V., Ziman, M., Kendall, L., Frasier, J., ... Luciw, P.  (2010). Validation of multiplex microbead immunoassay for simultaneous serodetection of multiple infectious agents in laboratory mouse.  Journal of Immunological Methods. 51-9.
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Reese, E., & Krishnan, V.  (2010). Classification of DNA sequences based on thermal melting profiles.  Bioinformation. 4(10), 463-7.
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Yamada, J., Phillips, J., Patel, S., Goldfien, G., Calestagne-Morelli, A., Huang, H., ... Rexach, M.  (2010). A bimodal distribution of two distinct categories of intrinsically-disordered structures with separate functions in FG nucleoporins.  Molecular & Cellular Proteomics. 2205-2224.
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Krishhan, V., Khan, I., & Luciw, P.  (2009). Multiplexed microbead immunoassays by flow cytometry for molecular profiling: Basic concepts and proteomics applications.  Critical Reviews in Biotechnology. 29-43.
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Krishnan, V., Khan, I., Ziman, M., Janatpour, K., Wun, T., Luciw, P., & Tuscano, J.  (2009). Cytometry Part B.  Clinical Cytometry. 159-168.
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Mielke, S., & Krishnan, V.  (2009). Characterization of protein secondary structure from NMR chemical shifts.  Progress in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy. 54(3-4), 141-165.
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Krishnan, V.  (2007). Homonuclear NMR experiments for screening of potential drug Molecules.  The ViPLOK Journal. 1-14.
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Lau, E., & Krishnan, V.  (2007). Temperature dependence of protein hydration hydrodynamics by molecular dynamics simulations.  Biophysical Chemistry. 130(1-2), 55-64.
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Mielke, S., & Krishnan, V.  (2007). Superhelical denaturation of DNA: A theoretical perspective.  Trends in Chemical Physics. 29-40.
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