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Baral, Subhasish and Antia, Rustom and Dixit, Narendra M (2019) A dynamical motif comprising the interactions between antigens and CD8 T cells may underlie the outcomes of viral infections. In: PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 116 (35). pp. 17393-17398.

Raja, Rubesh and Pareek, Aditya and Newar, Kapil and Dixit, Narendra M (2019) Mutational pathway maps and founder effects define the within-host spectrum of hepatitis C virus mutants resistant to drugs. In: PLOS PATHOGENS, 15 (4). e1007701.

Baral, Subhasish and Raja, Rubesh and Sen, Pramita and Dixit, Narendra M (2019) Towards multiscale modeling of the CD8(+) T cell response to viral infections. In: WILEY INTERDISCIPLINARY REVIEWS-SYSTEMS BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE, 11 (4).

Baral, Subhasish and Roy, Rahul and Dixit, Narendra M (2018) Modeling how reversal of immune exhaustion elicits cure of chronic hepatitis C after the end of treatment with direct-acting antiviral agents. In: IMMUNOLOGY AND CELL BIOLOGY, 96 (9). pp. 969-980.

Raja, Rubesh and Baral, Subhasish and Dixit, Narendra M (2018) Interferon at the cellular, individual, and population level in hepatitis C virus infection: Its role in the interferon-free treatment era. In: IMMUNOLOGICAL REVIEWS, 285 (1, SI). pp. 55-71.

Venugopal, Vishnu and Padmanabhan, Pranesh and Raja, Rubesh and Dixit, Narendra M (2018) Modelling how responsiveness to interferon improves interferon-free treatment of hepatitis C virus infection. In: PLOS COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY, 14 (7).

Sankhe, Gaurav D and Dixit, Narendra M and Saini, Deepak K (2018) Activation of Bacterial Histidine Kinases: Insights into the Kinetics of the cis Autophosphorylation Mechanism. In: MSPHERE, 3 (3).

Gogoi, Mayuri and Ravikumar, Visweswaran and Dixit, Narendra M and Chakravortty, Dipshikha (2018) Salmonella escapes antigen presentation through K63 ubiquitination mediated endosomal proteolysis of MHC II via modulation of endosomal acidification in dendritic cells. In: PATHOGENS AND DISEASE, 76 (2).

Gupta, Vipul and Dixit, Narendra M (2018) Trade-off between synergy and efficacy in combinations of HIV-1 latency-reversing agents. In: PLOS COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY, 14 (2).

Nagaraja, Pradeep and Alexander, Helen K and Bonhoeffer, Sebastian and Dixit, Narendra M (2016) Influence of recombination on acquisition and reversion of immune escape and compensatory mutations in HIV-1. In: EPIDEMICS, 14 . pp. 11-25.

Shet, Anita and Nagaraja, Pradeep and Dixit, Narendra M (2016) Viral Decay Dynamics and Mathematical Modeling of Treatment Response: Evidence of Lower in vivo Fitness of HIV-1 Subtype C. In: JAIDS-JOURNAL OF ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROMES, 73 (3). pp. 245-251.

Nandy, Bidisha and Saurabh, Suman and Sahoo, Anil Kumar and Dixit, Narendra M and Maiti, Prabal K (2015) The SPL7013 dendrimer destabilizes the HIV-1 gp120-CD4 complex. In: NANOSCALE, 7 (44). pp. 18628-18641.

Gupta, Vipul and Dixit, Narendra M (2015) Scaling law characterizing the dynamics of the transition of HIV-1 to error catastrophe. In: PHYSICAL BIOLOGY, 12 (5).

Agrawal, Ruchi and Pandey, Akancha and Rajankar, Mayooreshwar P and Dixit, Narendra M and Saini, Deepak K (2015) The two-component signalling networks of Mycobacterium tuberculosis display extensive cross-talk in vitro. In: BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL, 469 (1). pp. 121-134.

Padmanabhan, Pranesh and Garaigorta, Urtzi and Dixit, Narendra M (2014) Emergent properties of the interferon-signalling network may underlie the success of hepatitis C treatment. In: NATURE COMMUNICATIONS, 5 .

Thangavelu, Pulari U and Gupta, Vipul and Dixit, Narendra M (2014) Estimating the fraction of progeny virions that must incorporate APOBEC3G for suppression of productive HIV-1 infection. In: VIROLOGY, 449 . pp. 224-228.

Nandy, Bidisha and Bindu, Hima D and Dixit, Narendra M and Maiti, Prabal K (2013) Simulations reveal that the HIV-1 gp120-CD4 complex dissociates via complex pathways and is a potential target of the polyamidoamine (PAMAM) dendrimer. In: Journal of Chemical Physics, 139 (2). 024905_1-024905_9.

Dixit, Narendra M and Srivastava, Piyush and Vishnoi, Nisheeth K (2012) A finite population model of mlecular evolution: theory and computation. In: Journal of Computational Biology, 19 (10). pp. 1176-1202.

Tripathi, Kushal and Balagam, Rajesh and Vishnoi, Nisheeth K and Dixit, Narendra M (2012) Stochastic Simulations Suggest that HIV-1 Survives Close to Its Error Threshold. In: PLOS COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY, 8 (9).

Padmanabhan, Pranesh and Dixit, Narendra M (2011) Mathematical Model of Viral Kinetics In Vitro Estimates the Number of E2-CD81 Complexes Necessary for Hepatitis C Virus Entry. In: PLOS COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY, 7 (12).

Mulampaka, Shiva Naresh and Dixit, Narendra M (2011) Estimating the Threshold Surface Density of Gp120-CCR5 Complexes Necessary for HIV-1 Envelope-Mediated Cell-Cell Fusion. In: PLos One, 6 (5).

Krishnan, Sheeja M and Dixit, Narendra M (2011) Ribavirin-Induced Anemia in Hepatitis C Virus Patients Undergoing Combination Therapy. In: PLoS Computational Biology, 7 (2).

Balagam, Rajesh and Singh, Vasantika and Sagi, Aparna Raju and Dixit, Narendra M (2011) Taking Multiple Infections of Cells and Recombination into Account Leads to Small Within-Host Effective-Population-Size Estimates of HIV-1. In: PLos One, 6 (1).

Gadhamsetty, Saikrishna and Dixit, Narendra M (2010) Estimating Frequencies of Minority Nevirapine-Resistant Strains in Chronically HIV-1-Infected Individuals Naive to Nevirapine by Using Stochastic Simulations and a Mathematical Model. In: Journal of Virology, 84 (19). pp. 10230-10240.

Krishnan, Sheeja M and Dixit, Narendra M (2009) Estimation of red blood cell lifespan from alveolar carbon monoxide measurements. In: Translational Research, 154 (1). pp. 15-17.

Eswarappa, Sandeepa M and Janice, Jessin and Balasundaram, Sudhagar V and Dixit, Narendra M and Chakravortty, Dipshikha (2009) Host-specificity of Salmonella enterica serovar Gallinarum: Insights from comparative genomics. In: Infection Genetics and Evolution, 9 (4). pp. 468-473.

Arora, Pankhuri and Dixit, Narendra M (2009) Timing the Emergence of Resistance to Anti-HIV Drugs with Large Genetic Barriers. In: Plos Computational Biology, 5 (3). pp. 1-10.

Eswarappa, Sandeepa M and Janice, Jessin and Nagarajan, Arvindhan G and Balasundaram, Sudhagar V and Karnam, Guruswamy and Dixit, Narendra M and Chakravortty, Dipshikha (2008) Differentially Evolved Genes of Salmonella Pathogenicity Islands: Insights into the Mechanism of Host Specificity in Salmonella. In: PLOS one, 3 (12).

Mohanty, Utkala and Dixit, Narendra M (2008) Mechanism-based model of the pharmacokinetics of enfuvirtide, an HIV fusion inhibitorMechanism-based model of the pharmacokinetics of enfuvirtide, an HIV fusion inhibitor. In: Journal of Theoretical Biology, 251 (3). pp. 541-551.

Vijay, NNV and Vasantika, * and Ajmani, Rahul and Perelson, Alan S and Dixit, Narendra M (2008) Recombination increases human immunodeficiency virus fitness, but not necessarily diversity. In: Journal of General Virology, 89 . pp. 1467-1477.

Dixit, Narendra M (2008) Advances in the Mathematical Modelling of Hepatitis C Virus Dynamics. In: Journal of the Indian Institute of Science, 88 (1). pp. 37-43.

Suryavanshi, Gajendra W and Dixit, Narendra M (2007) Emergence of Recombinant Forms of HIV: Dynamics and Scaling. In: PLoS Computational Biology, 3 (10). pp. 2003-2018.

Boyd, Mark A and Dixit, Narendra M and Siangphoe, Umaporn and Buss, Neil E and Salgo, Miklos P and Lange, Joep MA and Phanuphak, Praphan and Cooper, David A and Perelson, Alan S and Ruxrungtham, Kiat (2006) Viral Decay Dynamics in HIV-Infected Patients Receiving Ritonavir-Boosted Saquinavir and Efavirenz With or Without Enfuvirtide: A Randomized, Controlled Trial (HIV-NAT 012). In: Journal of Infectious Diseases, 194 . pp. 1319-1322.

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