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Mattaparthi Venkata Satish Kumar and Rajaram SwaminathanA novel approach to segregate and identify functional loop regions in protein structures using their Ramachandran maps. Proteins: Struct. Func.Bioinformatics78900-9162010
Kumar, S, V. K. Ravi and Rajaram SwaminathanSuppression of Lysozyme Aggregation at Alkaline pH by tri-N-acetylchitotriose,Biochim. Biophys. Acta.1794913-9202009
Kumar, S., Atul K. Singh, G. Krishnamoorthy and R. Swaminathan Thioflavin T displays enhanced fluorescence selectively inside anionic micelles and mammalian cells,J. Fluoresc.181199-12052008
Kumar, S., Ravi, V. K. and R. SwaminathanHow do surfactants and DTT, affect the size, dynamics, activity and growth of soluble lysozyme aggregates?Biochem. J.415275-2882008
Agrawal, M., S. B. Santra, Rajat Anand and R. SwaminathanEffect of macromolecular crowding on the rate of diffusion-limited enzymatic reaction,Pramana-J. Phys.71359-3682008
Dash, N., Chipem, F. A. S., Swaminathan, R. and Krishnamoorthy, G.Hydrogen bond induced twisted intramolecular charge transfer in 2-(4'-N,N-dimethylaminophenyl)imidazo [4,5-b]pyridineChem. Phys. Lett.460119-1242008
Kumar, S. and R. SwaminathanEmploying the fluorescence anisotropy and quenching kinetics of tryptophan to hunt for residual structures in denatured proteins,J. Chem. Sci.1192141-1452007
Homchaudhuri, L., Sarma, N. and R. Swaminathan.Effect of crowding by dextrans and Ficolls on the rate of alkaline phosphatase catalysed hydrolysis: A size dependent investigation.Biopolymers83477-4862006
Homchaudhuri, L., Kumar, S. and R. SwaminathanSlow aggregation of lysozyme in alkaline pH monitored in real time employing the fluorescence anisotropy of covalently labelled dansyl probe.FEBS Letters5802097-21012006
Homchaudhuri, L. and R. SwaminathanNear Ultraviolet Absorption Arising from Lysine Residues in Close Proximity: A Probe to Monitor Protein Unfolding and Aggregation in Lysine Rich ProteinsBull. Chem. Soc. Japan77765-7692004
Homchaudhuri, L. and R. SwaminathanNovel absorption and fluorescence characteristics of l-Lysine.Chemistry Letters844-8452001
Partikian, A., B. P. Olveczky, R. Swaminathan, Y. Li, and A. S. VerkmanRapid diffusion of green fluorescent protein in the mitochondrial matrix.J. Cell Biol. 140821-8291998
Swaminathan, R., C. P. Hoang and A. S. VerkmanPhotobleaching recovery and anisotropy decay of green fluorescent protein GFP-S65T in solution and cells: cytoplasmic viscosity probed by GFP translational and rotational diffusion.Biophys. J.721900-19071997
Swaminathan, R., S. Bicknese, N. Periasamy and A. S. Verkman Cytoplasmic viscosity near cell plasma membrane: translational diffusion of a small fluorescent solute measured by total internal reflection-fluorescence photobleaching recovery.Biophys. J.711140-11511996
Swaminathan, R., U. Nath, J. B. Udgaonkar, N. Periasamy and G. KrishnamoorthyMotional dynamics of a buried tryptophan reveals the presence of partially structured forms during denaturation of barstar.Biochemistry 359150-91571996
Swaminathan, R. and N. PeriasamyAnalysis of fluorescence decay by the maximum entropy method: influence of noise and analysis parameters on the width of the distribution of lifetimes.Proc. Indian Acad. Sci.10839-491996
Swaminathan, R., G. Krishnamoorthy and N. PeriasamySimilarity of fluorescence lifetime distributions in single tryptophan proteins in the random coil state.Biophys. J.672013-20231994
Swaminathan, R., N. Periasamy, J. B. Udgaonkar and G. KrishnamoorthyMolten globule-like conformation of barstar: a study by fluorescence dynamics.J. Phys. Chem. 989270-92781994

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