Sekhar T.

Sekhar T.

Professor, Biotechnology, GST , VSP

Education
Ph. D.
Email ID
stalluri@gitam.edu
Education
Ph. D.
Research Areas
  • Bioinformatics
  • Molecular Modeling
  • Protein Design
  • Structural Biology

Education

Degree Name Institute & College name Year of Graduation/Award
PhD 1993
MSc IIT Delhi 1984
BSC 1982

Experience

Designation Organization From Date To Date
Lecturer MVR college 31-08-1997 30-04-1998
Research Fellow Harvard University 03-05-1993 30-04-1997

Awards

Award name Award Organization Awarded year
Best Researcher GITAM University 2019
Best Teacher GITAM University 2017

Molecular Docking and Virtual Screening based prediction of drugs for COVID19Combinatorial Chemistry & High Throughput Screening, Scopus, AUG-2020, 23, 1-3

Computational protein design of bacteriocins based on structural scaffold of aureocin A53International Journal of Bioinformatics Research and Applications, Scopus, -2019, 15, 129-143

De novo protein design by citizen scientistsNature, Scopus, -2019, 570, 390-394

Superparamagnetic Iron Oxide Nanoparticles (SPIONs) for Diagnosis and Treatment of Breast, Ovarian and Cervical CancersCurrent Drug Metabolism, Web of science, DEC-2019, 20, 942-945

Computational Studies of Molecular Targets Regarding the Adverse Effects of Isoniazid Drug for TuberculosisCurrent Pharmacogenomics and Personalized Medicine, Scopus, -2018, 16, 210-218

Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Quality Evaluation of Fruits a ReviewFood Analytical Methods , Scopus, -2018, 11, 2943-2960

Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Quality Evaluation of Fruits a ReviewFood Analytical Methods , Scopus, -2018, 11, 2943-2960

Computational Studies of Molecular Targets Regarding the Adverse Effects of Isoniazid Drug for TuberculosisCurrent Pharmacogenomics and Personalized Medicine, Scopus, -2018, 16, 210-218

Distance Geometry with Improved Sampling of Conformational Space for Biomolecular Structure Determination by NMR Spectroscopy and Protein DesignResearch Journal of Life Sciences Bioinformatics Pharmaceutical and Chemical Sciences ((RJLBPCS), Google scholar, -2017, 3, 84-91

A HIDDEN MARKOV MODEL FOR DOMAINS SPLIT BY INSERT DOMAINSJournal of Advanced Bioinformatics Applications and Research, Others, -2012, 3, 250-261

Human butyrylcholinesterase knockout equivalent Potential to assess role in Alzheimers diseaseAdvances in alzheimers disease, Web of science, -2012, 1, 1-11

PLS FOR PREDICTION OF THERMAL STABILITY OF PROTEIN MUTANTSJournal of Advanced Bioinformatics Applications and Research, Others, -2011, 2, 155-160

ADVANCES IN ENGINEERING OF PROTEINS FOR THERMAL STABILITYInternational Journal of Advanced Biotechnology and Research, Web of science, -2011, 2, 190-200

An Optimized 3D NOESYHSQCJournal of Magnetic Resonance, Scopus, -1996, 112, 1064-1866

Solution structure of the pleckstrin homology domain of Drosophila spectrinStructure, Scopus, -1995, 3, 1185-1195

Structural Characterization of a ThreeDisulfide Intermediate of Ribonuclease a Involved in both the Folding and Unfolding PathwaysBiochemistry, Scopus, -1994, 33, 10437-10449

Energetic and structural basis for thepreferential formation of the native disulfideloop involving Cys65 and Cys72 in syntheticpeptide fragments derived from the sequenceof ribonuclease AJournal of the American Chemical Society, Scopus, -1993, 115, 3041-3047

Energetic and structural basis for the preferential formation of the native disulfide loop involving Cys65 and Cys72 in synthetic peptide fragments derived from the sequence of Ribonuclease AJournal of the American Chemical Society, Scopus, -1993, 115, 3041-3047

Chain reversals in model peptides studies of cystine containing cyclic peptides. 3.Conformational free energies of cyclization of tetrapeptides of sequence AcCysProXCysNHMeJournal of the American Chemical Society, Scopus, -1992, 114, 4036-4042

COSY with inphase cross peaksJournal of Magnetic Resonance, Scopus, -1990, 86, 1-10

Amide HD exchange in the thermal transition of bovine pancreatic Ribonuclease ABiochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, Scopus, -1990, 172, 800-803

Conformational properties of 2,4methanoproline (2carboxy2,4methanopyrrolidine) in peptides evidence for 2,4methanopyrrolidine asymmetry based on solidstate xray crystallography, proton NMR in aqueous solution, and CNDO2 conformational energy calculationsJournal of the American Chemical Society, Scopus, -1987, 109, 4473-4477

Title of the book Book / Chapter Name of the publisher Subject area Edition Page numbers ISBN Published year
Bioanalytical Techniques Book I.K.Publishers Biotechnology, Analytical Techniques 1 978938114170 2012
Fundamentals of Bioinformatics Chapters Ukaaz publishers Bioinformatics 1 45-90 8188279064 2002
Title of the thesis Name of the student Name of the college / university Major subject area Year of admission Type of admission Thesis specification
Computational studies of side effects of tuberculosis drugs Nachimuthu Mohanasundaram GIT GITAM Bioinformatics (Biotechnology) 2017 Part time PhD
Title of the thesis Name of the student Name of the college / university Major subject area Year of admission Type of admission Thesis specification
Title of the thesis Name of the student Name of the college / university Major subject area Year of admission Type of admission Thesis specification
Name of the award Awarded by Awarded year
Best teacher Award GITAM University 2017
Title Type Organized by Venue Start date End date Role
IP Awake One Day IP Awareness Program for Academia Faculty development program OIPGOI GITAM and APTDC CII KRC GITAM 31-Jan-2018 31-Jan-2018 Participated
Title Type Organized by Venue Start date End date Role
Title Application number Category Submitted date
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An immunochromatographic device for implementation of an interferon gamma release assay for diagnosis of tuberculosis and other infectious diseases. 442DEL2012 Indian 04 Dec, 2010
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