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Khan, Krishnendu and Madhavan, Vipin TP and Kshirsagar, Rucha and Boosi, Kannan N and Sadhale, Parag and Muniyappa, K (2013) N-Terminal disordered domain of saccharomyces cerevisiae Hop1 protein Is dispensable for DNA binding, bridging, and synapsis of double-stranded DNA molecules but is ecessary for spore formation. In: Biochemistry, 52 (31). pp. 5265-5279.
Khan, Krishnendu and Madhavan, Vipin TP and Kshirsagar, Rucha and Boosi, Kannan N and Sadhale, Parag and Muniyappa, K (2013) N-Terminal Disordered Domain of Saccharomyces cerevisiae Hop1 Protein Is Dispensable for DNA Binding, Bridging, and Synapsis of Double-Stranded DNA Molecules But Is Necessary for Spore Formation. In: BIOCHEMISTRY, 52 (31). pp. 5265-5279.
Khan, Krishnendu and Karthikeyan, Usha and Li, You and Yan, Jie and Muniyappa, K (2012) Single-Molecule DNA Analysis Reveals That Yeast Hop1 Protein Promotes DNA Folding and Synapsis: Implications for Condensation of Meiotic Chromosomes. In: ACS NANO, 6 (12). pp. 10658-10666.
Sharadamma, N and Khan, Krishnendu and Kumar, Sandeep and Patil, Neelakanteshwar K and Hasnain, Seyed E and Muniyappa, K (2011) Synergy between the N-terminal and C-terminal domains of Mycobacterium tuberculosis HupB is essential for high-affinity binding, DNA supercoiling and inhibition of RecA-promoted strand exchange. In: FEBS Journal, 278 (18). pp. 3447-3462.
Khan, Krishnendu and Madhavan, TP Vipin and Muniyappa, K (2010) Cloning,overexpression and purification of functionally active Saccharomyces cerevisiae Hop1 protein from scherichia coli. In: Protein Expression and Purification, 72 (1). pp. 42-47.