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Cambridge Infectious Diseases

An Interdisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Cambridge
 

Biography

Bioinformatics, molecular modelling using cryoEM maps, protein mutant stability prediction and genome annotations

Research

Pandurangan's research broadly focuses on the area of bioinformatics of protein sequence, structure and function. Specific focus includes the development of new computational tools to predict protein structure and ligand-receptor interactions, interpretation of biological function by fitting, refining and validating protein atomic models into cryo electron density maps, prediction of the effects of mutations on protein stability, interaction, analysis of infectious and antimicrobial drug resistance mutations and genome sequence annotations.

Key Projects, Countries, and Partners

Protein mutant stability prediction at MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry Cambridge University
Genome annotation at Structural Studies, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology

Investigator Scientist
Department of Structural Studies
Institute MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology
 Arun   Prasad Pandurangan
Not available for consultancy

Affiliations

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Genomics
Antiviral resistance
Computational Modelling
Simulation
Bioinformatics
Drug Discovery