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Feb-2013Rapid bactericidal action of alpha-mangostin against MRSA as an outcome of membrane targetingKoh, J.-J.; Qiu, S.; Zou, H.; Lakshminarayanan, R.; Li, J.; Zhou, X.; Tang, C.; Saraswathi, P.; Verma, C. ; Tan, D.T.H.; Tan, A.L.; Liu, S.; Beuerman, R.W.
13-Dec-2013Rational optimization of conformational effects induced by hydrocarbon staples in peptides and their binding interfacesLama, D.; Quah, S.T.; Verma, C.S. ; Lakshminarayanan, R.; Beuerman, R.W.; Lane, D.P.; Brown, C.J.
2015Rclick: A web server for comparison of RNA 3D structuresNguyen, Minh Nhut T; Verma, Chandra 
31-Aug-2012Stapled BH3 Peptides against MCL-1: Mechanism and Design Using Atomistic SimulationsJoseph, T.L.; Lane, D.P.; Verma, C.S. 
15-Mar-2013Stapled peptides with improved potency and specificity that activate p53Brown, C.J.; Quah, S.T.; Jong, J.; Goh, A.M.; Chiam, P.C.; Khoo, K.H.; Choong, M.L.; Lee, M.A.; Yurlova, L.; Zolghadr, K.; Joseph, T.L.; Verma, C.S. ; Lane, D.P.
8-Dec-2010Structural and functional analysis of phosphothreonine-dependent FHA domain interactionsPennell, S.; Westcott, S.; Ortiz-Lombardía, M.; Patel, D.; Li, J.; Nott, T.J.; Mohammed, D.; Buxton, R.S.; Yaffe, M.B.; Verma, C. ; Smerdon, S.J.
1-Dec-2006Structural Basis of the Sulphate Starvation Response in E. coli: Crystal Structure and Mutational Analysis of the Cofactor-binding Domain of the Cbl Transcriptional RegulatorStec, E.; Witkowska-Zimny, M.; Hryniewicz, M.M.; Neumann, P.; Wilkinson, A.J.; Brzozowski, A.M.; Verma, C.S. ; Zaim, J.; Wysocki, S.; D. Bujacz, G.
Feb-2012Subunit F modulates ATP binding and migration in the nucleotide-binding subunit B of the A 1A O ATP synthase of Methanosarcina mazei Gö1Raghunathan, D.; Gayen, S.; Kumar, A.; Hunke, C.; Grüber, G.; Verma, C.S. 
22-May-2011Synergy between trastuzumab and pertuzumab for human epidermal growth factor 2 (Her2) from colocalization: An in silico based mechanismFuentes, G.; Scaltriti, M.; Baselga, J.; Verma, C.S. 
3-Feb-2014Synthetic multivalent antifungal peptides effective against fungiLakshminarayanan, R. ; Liu, S. ; Li, J.; Nandhakumar, M.; Aung, T.T.; Goh, E.; Chang, J.Y.T.; Saraswathi, P.; Tang, C.; Safie, S.R.B.; Lin, L.Y.; Riezman, H.; Lei, Z.; Verma, C.S. ; Beuerman, R.W.
Dec-2011Systematic mutational analysis of an ubiquitin ligase (MDM2)-binding peptide: Computational studiesLiu, Y.; Lane, D.P.; Verma, C.S. 
13-Oct-2006The last 10 amino acid residues beyond the hydrophobic motif are critical for the catalytic competence and function of protein kinase CαSui, S.Y.; Zhu, Y.; Smith, D.; Verma, C. ; Wee, G.L.; Bee, J.T. ; Qiu, T.L.; Nam, S.C.; Cai, M.; Zhu, Y.-N.; Zhou, S.-F. ; Tan, S.-L.; Duan, W.
13-Oct-2006The last 10 amino acid residues beyond the hydrophobic motif are critical for the catalytic competence and function of protein kinase CαSui, S.Y.; Zhu, Y.; Smith, D.; Verma, C. ; Wee, G.L.; Bee, J.T. ; Qiu, T.L.; Nam, S.C.; Cai, M.; Zhu, Y.-N.; Zhou, S.-F. ; Tan, S.-L.; Duan, W.
Jun-2006The very C-terminus of protein kinase Cε is critical for the full catalytic competence but its hydrophobic motif is dispensable for the interaction with 3-phosphoinositide-dependent kinase-1 BZhu, Y.; Smith, D.; Verma, C. ; Lim, W.G.; Tan, B.J. ; Armstrong, J.S.; Zhou, S. ; Chan, E. ; Tan, S.-L.; Zhu, Y.-Z.; Cheung, N.S.; Duan, W.
2006The very C-terminus of protein kinase Cε is critical for the full catalytic competence but its hydrophobic motif is dispensable for the interaction with 3-phosphoinositide-dependent kinase-1BZhu, Y. ; Lim, W.G.; Tan, B.J. ; Armstrong, J.S.; Cheung, N.S. ; Duan, W. ; Smith, D.; Verma, C. ; Zhou, S. ; Chan, E. ; Tan, S.-L.; Zhu, Y.-Z. 
Apr-2012Theory and simulation: Complexity and emergenceFernandez-Recio, J.; Verma, C. 
15-Jun-2012Why is F19Ap53 unable to bind MDM2? Simulations suggest crack propagation modulates bindingDastidar, S.G.; Lane, D.P.; Verma, C.S.