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91.  Homooligomeric β3 (R)-Valine Peptides: Transformation between C14 and C12 Helical Structures Induced by a Guest Aib Residue

       B. Vasantha, G. George, S. Raghothama, P. Balaram

       Peptide Science, 2016. (Accepted Article)

90.  Exploring Structural Features of Folded Peptide Architectures in the Construction of Nanomaterials

       R. Misra, R. M. Reja, L.V. Narendra, G. George, S. Raghothama and H. N. Gopi.

       Chem. Commun., 52, 9597- 9600,  2016.

89.  Effect of methylene group insertions on the structural rigidity of Aib containing helices

       A. Duley , V.Gowda, A. Ganjiwale , S. Raghothama and G. Ramanathan

       Peptide Science. 104, 720-732,  2015.

88.  Effects of hydrogen bonding on amide-proton chemical shift anisotropy in a proline-containing model peptide.

       K. Pichumani, G. George, S. Hebbar, B.  Chatterjee, S. Raghothama.

       Chem. Phys. Letts.  627, 126-129, 2015. pdf

87.  Antimicrobial peptides with potential for biofilm eradication: Synthesis and structure activity relationship studies of Battacin peptides.

       De Zoysa GH, Cameron AJ, Hegde VV, Raghothama S, Sarojini V.

       J Med Chem.  58, 625-639, 2015.

86.  Directing peptide conformation with centrally positioned pre-organized dipeptide segments: studies of a 12-residue helix and β-hairpin.

       S. Chandrappa,  M.B. Madhusudana Reddy, R. Sonti, K. Basuroy. S. Raghothama, P.Balaram.

       Amino Acid.  47, 291-301,  2015.

85.  Conformational Analysis of a 20-Membered Cyclic Peptide Disulfide from Conus Virgo with a WPW Segment: Evidence for an Aromatic-Proline Sandwich.

        R. Sonti, K. N. Shashanka Rao, S. Chidanand, K. Hanumae Gowd, S. Raghothama, and P. Balaram.

        Chem. Eur. J,  20, 5075-5086,  2014.

84.  Evaluation of hexane and ethyl acetate extracts of the sponge Jaspis diastra collected from Mauritius Waters on HeLa cells.

       G. Beedessee, A.Ramanjooloo, I. Tiscornia, S.Rao, D. Arya, K.H.Gowd, S. Raghotham, P.Balara,  M. B-Fogolin, D. E.P Marie.

       Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology. (in press), 2014. pdf

83.  C12 Helices in Long Hybrid (αγ)n Peptides Composed Entirely of Unconstrained Residues with Proteinogenic Side Chains

       R. Sonti B. Dinesh, K. Basuroy, S. Raghothama, N. Shamala, and P. Balaram.

       Org. Lett. 16, 1656-1659, 2014. pdf

82.  C12-Helix Development in (αγ)n Sequences - Spectroscopic Characterization of Boc-[Aib-γ4(R)Val]-OMe Oligomers

       B. Dinesh, V.Vinaya, S. Raghothama, and P. Balaram.

       Eur. J. Org. Chem., 3590-3596, 2013.

81.  Conformational Diversity in Contryphans from Conus Venom: cis-trans Isomerisation and Aromatic/Proline Interactions in the 23-Membered Ring of a 7-Residue Peptide Disulfide Loop

       Rajesh. S, K. H.Gowd,  K. N. Shashanka Rao, S. Ragothama, A.Rodriguez, J.J. Perez, and P.Balaram.

       Chem. Eur. J.   19, 15175-15189,  2013.

80.   Unconstrained Homooligomeric γ-Peptides Show High Propensity for C14 Helix Formation

       Krishnayan Basuroy, Bhimareddy Dinesh, M. B. Madhusudana Reddy, Siddapa Chandrappa, Srinivasarao Raghothama, Narayanaswamy Shamala, and Padmanabhan Balaram.

       Org. Lett.  15, 4866-4869,  2013. pdf

79.   Stabilizing effect of electrostatic vs. aromatic interactions in diproline nucleated peptide b-hairpins

       Kamlesh Madhusudan Makwana,a Srinivasarao Raghothama and Radhakrishnan Mahalakshmi

       Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 15, 15321-15324,  2013.

78.   A Designed Three-Stranded b-Sheet in an a/b Hybrid Peptide

       Rajesh Sonti, Hosahudya N. Gopi, Umashankara Muddegowda, Srinivasarao Ragothama, and Padmanabhan Balaram.

       Chem. Eur. J.,   19,  5955-5965,  2013.

77.   Does Aluminium bind to Histidine? An NMR investigation in Aβ12 and Aβ16 fragments

        Priya Narayan, B. Krishnarjuna, V. Vinaya, D.Jagadeesh Kumar, K.V. Ramanathan, K.R.K Eswaran, H.G. Nagendra, S. Raghothama.

        Chem. Bio. Drug. Des .   82, 48-59,  2013. pdf

76.   NMR analysis of cross strand aromatic interactions in an 8 residue hairpin and a 14 residue three stranded b-sheet peptide                              

       R. Sonti, R. Rai, S. Raghothama, P. Balaram

       J. Phys. Chem. B 116, 14207-14215,  2012.

75.   Theoretical and in vitro studies of a C-terminal peptide from PGKC of Leishmania mexicana Mexicana

       S. Kaushik, B. Krishnarjuna, S. Raghothama, S. Aggarwal, V. Raghunathan, A. Ganjiwale.

       Mol Biochem Parasitol,   185, 27.  2012. pdf

74.   β-Turn Analogues in Model αβ-Hybrid Peptides: Structural Characterization of Peptides Containing β2,2Ac6c and β3,3Ac6c Residues

       K. Basuroy,  A. Rajagopal,  S. Raghothama, N. Shamala , P. Balaram.

       Chem. Asian J,  7, 1671-1678,   2012.

73.   Helix and hairpin nucleation in short peptides using centrally positioned conformationally constrained dipeptide segments

       S. Chandrappa, S. Aravinda, S. Raghothama. R. Sonti, R. Rai, V.V. Harini, N.Shamala, and P. Balaram.

       Org. Biomol. Chem. 10,  2815-2823,  2012. pdf

72.   Three-component self-assembly of a series of triply interlocked Pd12 coordination prisms and their non-interlocked Pd6 analogues

        A.K. Bar, S. Raghothama, D.Moon, and P.S. Mujkherjee.

       Chem. Eur. J.  18,  3199-3209,  2012.

71.   Aromatic interactions in model peptide b-hairpins: Ring current effects on proton chemical shifts

        A.  Rajagopal, S. Aravinda, S. Raghothama, N. Shamala, P. Balaram.

       Peptide Science, 98, 185-194,  2012. pdf

70.   Chain length effects on helix-hairpin distribution in short peptides with Aib-DAla and Aib-Aib segments

       A.  Rajagopal, S. Aravinda, S. Raghothama, N. Shamala, P. Balaram.

       Peptide Science,  96, 744-756, 2011. pdf

69.   NMR structure implications of enhanced efficacy of Obestatin fragment analogs

       B. Krishnarjuna, A. D. Ganjiwale, U.V. Manjappara, S. Raghothama.

       Int. J. Pept. Res. Ther.  17, 259-270,  2011. pdf

68.    Effect of ester chemical structure and peptide bond conformation in fragmentation pathways of differently metal cationized cyclodepsipeptides

       R. Banerjee, S. Sudarslal, R.S. Ranganayaki, and S. Raghothama

       Org. Biomol. Chem., 9, 6234-6245, 2011.

67.   NMR of Peptides

       S. Raghothama,

       Journal of the Indian Institute of Science,  90,  145-161,  2010. pdf

66.  Chemistry in confined spaces:  High-energy conformer of a piperidine derivative is favored within a water-soluble capsuleplex

       Mintu Porel, Nithyanandhan Jayaraj, S. Raghothama, and V. Ramamurthy.

      Org. Lett.,  12,  4544-4547, 2010.

65.  Solution conformation of a tetradecapeptide stabilized by two di-n-propyl glycine residues

        Vijayalekshmi Sarojini, R. Balaji Rao, S. Raghothama, and P.Balaram.

        Journal of peptide Science,  16, 430-436, 2010. pdf

64.  Helical conformations of hexapetpides containing N-terminal diproline segments

       Kantharaju, S. Raghothama, S. Aravinda, N. Shamala, and P. Balaram.

       Biopolymers (Pept.Sci.),  94, 360-370,  2010. pdf

63.  Ring Expansion of Oxyglycals.  Synthesis and Conformational Analysis of  Septanoside-Containing Trisaccharides

       N.Vijaya Ganesh, S.Raghothama, R. Sonti, and N. Jayaraman.

       J. Org. Chem.  75, 215-218, 2010.

62.  Conformations of Heterochiral and Homochiral Proline- Pseudoproline Segments in Peptides. Context Dependent cis-trans Peptide Bond Isomerization

       Kantharaju, S. Raghothama,  U.S. Raghavender, S. Aravinda, N. Shamala, and P. Balaram.

       Biopolymers (Pept.Sci), 92, 405-416,  2009. pdf

61.  Natural Abundant Solid State NMR Studies in Designed Tripeptides for Differentiation of Multiple Conformers

      S. Jayanthi, Bhaswati Chatterjee, S. Raghothama

         Biopolymers, 91,  851-860,  2009.

60.  Expanding the Peptide b-Turn in ag Hybrid Sequences: 12 Atom Hydrogen Bonded Helical and Hairpin Turns

       S. Chatterjee,  P. G. Vasudev,  S. Raghothama,  C. Ramakrishnan, N. Shamala, and P. Balaram.

       J. Am. Chem. Soc. 131,  5956-5965,   2009. pdf

59.  Synthesis of 2-deoxy cyclic and linear oligosaccharides by oligomerization of monomers

       Somak Paul, Srinivasarao Raghothama, Narayanaswamy Jayaraman.

       Carbohydrate Research, 344,  177-186, 2009.

58.  Solid State and Solution Conformations of a Hybrid agaaga Hexapeptide. Characterization of a Backbone Expanded Analog of the a-Polypeptide 310- Helix

       Sunanada Chatterjee,  Prema G. Vasudev, Srinivasarao Raghothama, Narayanaswamy Shamala,  Padmanabhan Balaram.

       Biopolymers (Pept.Sci.),  90, 759-771,  2008. pdf

57.  Multiple Conformational States in Crystals and in Solution in αγ Hybrid Peptides. Fragility of the C12 Helix in Short Sequences

       Sunanda Chatterjee, Prema G. Vasudev, Kuppanna Ananda, Srinivasarao Raghothama,  Narayanaswamy Shamala,  and Padmanabhan Balaram

       J. Org. Chem.  73, 6595-6606,  2008. pdf

56.  Designed peptides with homochiral and heterochiral diproline templates as conformational constraints

       B. Chatterjee,  I.Saha, S. Raghothama, S. Aravinda, R Rai, N. Shamala, P.Balaram.

       Chem. Eur. J.  14, 6192-6284,  2008. pdf

55.  Hybrid Peptides: Expanding the b Turn in Peptide Hairpins by the Insertion of b-, g-, and d-Residues

       Rai. R, Vasudev. P.G,  Ananda, K,   Raghothama. S,  Shamala. N,  Karle, I.L, and Balaram. P.

       Chem. Eur. J.  13,  5917-5926,  2007. pdf

54.  Isolation, Purification and Characterization of an Antifungal Molecule Produced by Bacillus licheniformis  BC98, and its effect on phytopathogen Magnaporthe grisea

       S.R. Tendulkar,  Y.K. Saikumari, V. Patel, S. Raghotama, T.K.Munshi, P. Balaram, B.B. Chattoo, 

       Journal of Applied Microbiology. 103, 2331-2339, 2007. pdf

53.   Identification and characterization of a library of microheterogeneous cyclohexadepsipeptides from the fungus Isaria

        V. Sabareesh ,  R.S. Ranganayaki, S. Raghothama, M.P. Bopanna, Hema Balaram, M.C. Srinivasan and P. Balaram.

        J. Natural Products ,  70, 715-729,  2007. pdf

52.  De novo design of DF containing heme binding peptides

        Jagdish Rai, S. Raghothama, D. Sahal

        Chemical Biology and Drug Design. 9, 119-123,  2007.

51.   Tyrosine-heme ligation in Heme-peptide complex: design based on conserved motif  of catalase

          Jagdish Rai, S. Raghothama, D. Sahal.

        Journal of Peptide Science.  13, 406-412, 2007.

50.   Tuning the b-Turn segment in Designed Peptide b-Hairpins: Construction of a Stable Type I' b-Turn Nucleus and Hairpin-Helix Transition Promoting Segments

       R. Rai,  S. Raghothama,  R. Sridharan,  P. Balaram.

        Biopolymers (Peptide Science),  88,  350-361,  2007. pdf

49.    Tryptophan rich peptides: Influence of indole rings on backbone conformation

         R. Mahalakshmi, A. Sengupta, S.Raghothama, N. Shamala, P. Balaram

        Biopolymers (Peptide Science),  88,  36-54,  2007. pdf

48.    Diproline Templates as Folding Nuclei in Designed Peptides. Conformational Analysis of Synthetic Peptide Helices Containing Amino Terminal Pro-Pro Segments

        R.Rai, S.Aravinda,  K.Kanagarajadurai, S.Raghothama, N. Shamala, and P. Balaram.

        J. Am. Chem. Soc.  128,  7916-7928,  2006. pdf

47.       Hybrid peptide Hairpins Containing a- and w-Amino Acids:  Conformational Analysis of Decapeptides with Unsubstituted b-g-and d-Residues at Positions 3 and 8

        R.S. Roy,  H.N. Gopi, S. Raghothama,  I.L. Karle, and P. Balaram.

        Chem. Eur. J.  12, 3295-3302,  2006.

46.    Design of a Peptide Hairpin Containing a Central Three-Residue Loop

       R. Rai,  S. Raghothama, and P. Balaram

       J. Am. Chem. Soc.  128, 2675-2681,  2006. pdf

45.    NMR Analysis of Aromatic Interactions in Designed Peptide b- Hairpins

       R. Mahalakshmi,  S. Raghothama, P.Balaram.

       J. Am. Chem. Soc,  128,  1125-1138,  2006. pdf

44  Peptide Hairpins with Strand Segments Containing a- and b- Amino Acid Residues:  Cross-Strand Aromatic Interactions of Facing Phe Residues

       R.S.Roy , H.N. Gopi,  S. Raghothama, R.D.Gilardi,, I.L.Karle,,  P. Balaram

       Peptide Science (Biopolymers),  80,  787-799,  2005. pdf

43.    Tryptophan-containing peptide helices: interactions involving the indole side chain

       R.Mahalakshmi. A. Sengupta,  S. Raghothama  N. Shamala  P. Balaram.

       J.Peptide Res. 66, 277-296, 2005. pdf

42.  NMR structural analysis of a peptide mimic of the bridging sheet of  HIV-1 gp120 in methanol and water

       Kausik Chakraborty, P. Shivakumar, S. Raghothama & Raghavan Varadarajan

       Biochem.  J. 390,  573-581,  (2005).

41.    a, b  hybrid peptides:  A polypeptide helix with a central segment containing two consecutive b-amino acid residues

       R.S. Roy, I.L. Karle, S. Raghothama, and P. Balaram.

       Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. (USA), 101, 16476-16482,  (2004). pdf

40.   Two Novel Hexadepsipeptide with several modified amino acid residues isolated  from the fungus Isaria

       G. Ravindra, R. S. Ranganyaki, S. Raghothama, M.C. Srinivasan, R.D. Gilardi, I.L. Karle and P. Balaram.

       Chemistry and Biodiversity,  1,  489-504,  (2004). pdf

39.    b-Hairpins generated from hybrid peptide sequences containing both a - and b - amino acids

       H.N. Gopi, R.S.Roy. S. Raghothama, I.L. Karle and P. Balaram

       Helvetica Chimica Acta,  85,  3313- 3330,   (2002). pdf

38.   Clostridium thermocellum Xyn10B carbohydrate -binding module 22-2:  The role of conserved amino acids in ligand binding

       Hefang Xie, Harry J. Gilbert, Simpson J. Charnock, Gideon J. Davies, Michael P Williamson, Peter J. Simpson, S. Raghothama, Carlos M.G.A. Fontes, Fernando M. V. Dias, Luis M. A. Ferreira, and David N. Bolam.

       Biochemistry,  40,  9167-9176,  (2001).

37.    Characterisation of a cellulosome dockerin domain from the anaerobic fungus Piromyces equi

       S. Raghothama, Ruth Y. Eberhardt, Peter Simpson, Darran Wigelsworth, Peter White, Geoffrey P. Hazlewood, Tibor Nagy, Harry J. Gilbert  & Michael P. Williamson        

       Nature Structure Biology,   8,  775-778, (2001).

36.  Solvent induced b-hairpin to helix conformational transition in a  designed peptide

       S.K. Awasthi, S.C. Shankaramma, S. Raghothama and P. Balaram

       Biopolymers,  58,  465-476,  (2001). pdf

35.  Synthetic protein design: Construction of a four stranded b-sheet structure and evaluation of its integrity in methanol-water mixtures

       Chittaranjan Das, V. Nayak, S. Raghothama and P. Balaram

       J. Peptide Res.  56, 307-317,  (2000). pdf

34.  Carbohydrate-binding modules from a thermostable Rhodothermus marinus xylanase:  cloning, expression and binding studies

       Maher Abou Hachem, Eva Nordberg Karlsson,  Eva Bartonek-Roxa, Srinivasarao Raghothama, Peter J. Simpson, Harry J. Gilbert,  Michael P. Williamson and Olle Holst.

       Biochem. J.,  345, 53-60  (2000).

33.  Solution structure of the CBM10 cellulose binding module from Pseudomonas xylanase A

       S. Raghothama, Peter J. Simpson,  Lorand Szabo, Tibor Nagy, Harry J. Gilbert, and Michael P. Williamson.

       Biochemistry,  39 (5),  978-984,  (2000).

32.    A four stranded b-sheet structure in a designed, synthetic polypeptide

       Chittaranjan Das, S. Raghothama, and P. Balaram

       Chem. Commun.,  967-968,  (1999). pdf

31.    A designed three stranded b-sheet peptide

       C. Das,  S. Raghothama and P. Balaram.

       J. Am. Chem. Soc. Communication,  120, 5812,  (1998). pdf

30.   b-hairpin nucleation by Pro-Gly b-turns.  Comparison of D-Pro-Gly and L-Pro-Gly sequences in an apolar octapeptide

       S. Raghothama, S.K. Awasthi and P. Balaram.

       J. Che. Soc. Perkin Trans. 2,  137-143  (1998). pdf

29.   Conformational interconversions in peptide b-turns.  Discrimination between enantiomeric conformations by chiral perturbation

       S. Raghothama, Manjula Chaddha, S. Banumathi, Krishna Ravikumar, D. Velumurugan and P. Balaram.

       Biopolymers,  45,  191-202,  (1998). pdf

28.   Stereochemical analysis of higher a, a-dialkylglycine containing peptides.  Characterisation of local helical conformations at Dipropylglycine residue and observation of a novel hydrated multiple b-turn structure in crystals of a glycine rich peptide

       I.L. Karle, Ramesh Kaul, R. Balaji Rao,  S. Raghothama and P. Balaram.

       J. Am. Chem. Soc.,  119, 12048-12054  (1997).

27.   Peptide design.  Helix-helix motifs in synthetic sequences

      Arindam Banerjee, S. Raghothama and P. Balaram

      J. Chem. Soc. Perkin Trans. 2,  2087-2094  (1997). pdf

26.  NMR analysis of a conformational trasition in an acyclic peptide.  A model system for studying helix unfolding

      S. Raghothama,  M. Chaddha and P. Balaram.

      J. Phys. Chem.,  100, 19666-19671 (1996). pdf

25.  Ambidextrous Molecules:  Cylindrical peptide structures formed by fusing left and right handed helices

      Arindam Banerjee,  SrinivasaRao Raghothama, Isabella L. Karle and Padmanabhan  Balaram.

      Biopolymers, 39,  279-285  (1996). pdf

24.  Conformational variability in short acyclic peptides.  Stabilisation of multiple b-turn structures in organic solvents

      Satish Kumar Awasthi,  S. Raghothama and P. Balaram.

      J. Chem. Soc., perkin Trans. 2, 2701-2706  (1996). pdf

23.  Determination of Aib residue conformation in peptides using diagnostic sidechain-backbone Nuclear Overhauser effects

      S. Raghothama, Manjula Chaddha and P. Balaram.

      Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. India.,  66 (A) Spl. Issue.  33,  (1996). pdf

22.  A designed b-hairpin peptide

      Satish K Awasthi, S. Raghothama and P. Balaram.

      Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm.,  216, 375, (1995). pdf

21.  Structural studies of o-Vanillin derivatives and their metal complexes by 1 and 2D NMR 

       G.A. Naganagowda,  S. Raghothama, B.V. Agarwala and C.L. Khetrapal.

       Bull. Magn. Reson., 18,  81-84,  1995. pdf

20.    Lysozyme-DPPC interaction in the model membrane, DPPC-H2O

       P.S. Parvathanathan, Geetha Datta, E.B. Mirza, Lata Sumanan, K. Usha Deniz, K.V.Ramanathan, S. Raghothama, N. Suryaprakash and C.L. Khetrapal.

       J. Surface Sci. Technol., 8, 29, (1992).

19.   Enantioselective Binding of Tryptophan by a-Cyclodextrin

       K.B. Lipkowitz, S. Raghothama and J. Yang.

       J. Am. Chem. Soc. 114, 1554, (1992).

18.   Probing enantiodefferentiation using NMR spectroscopy and molecular modeling

       S. Raghothama and K.B.Lipkowitz.

       in ‘magnetic Resonance – Current trends’ ed. C.L. Khetrapal and G.Govil.,

       Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi,  pp 197-215,  (1991).

17.   Nuclear magnetic resonance and thermal studies of drug doped dipalmitoyl phosphatidyl choline-H2O systems

       K. Usha Deniz, P.S. parvathanathan, Geetha Datta, C.L. Khetrapal, K.V. Ramanathan, N. Suryaprakash and S. Raghothama.

       J. Biosci.,  15, 117,  (1990). pdf

16.   Conformational analysis of cyclolinopeptide A, a cyclic nonapeptide.  Nuclear Overhauser effect and energy minimisation studies

       S. Raghothama, C. Ramakrishnan, D. Balasubramanian and P. Balaram.

       Biopolymers,  28, 573,  (1989). pdf

15.   13C-NMR studies of discotics

       C.L.Khetrapal.  S. Raghothama, N. Suryaprakash and A.C. Kunwar.

       Liquid Crystals, 3, 413, 1988.

14.   Simultaneous observation of positive and negative nuclear Overhauser effects in oligopeptide due to segmental motion

       K. Uma, H. Balaram, S. Raghothama and P. Balaram.

       Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm. 151, 153,  (1988). pdf

13.    Cyclic cystine peptides.  Antiparallel b-sheet conformation for the 20 membered ring

        in Boc-Cys-Val-Aib-Ala-Leu-Cys-NHMe

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      Isabella L. Karle, R.Kishore, S. Raghothama and P. Balaram.

      J. Am. Chem. Soc., 110, 1958 (1988). pdf

12.  Oriented molecules

      C.L. Khetrapal, B.S. Arunkumar and S. Raghothama.,

      in “Nuclear Magnetic Resonance”  Ed. G.A.Webb. (Specialist Periodical Reports). The Royal Society of  Chemistry, London.,  17, (1988).

11.  Strong coupling and flip angle dependence of coupling patterns in heteronuclear shift correlation two-dimensional NMR spectra

      V.V. Krishnan, S. Raghothama and Anil Kumar.

      J. Magn. Reson., 79,  328,  (1988).

10.  Synthetic peptide models for the redox active disulfide loop of glutaredoxin.  Conformational studies

      R. Kishore, S. Raghothama and P. Balaram

      Biochemistry, 27, 2462, (1988). pdf

9.     A 1H NMR study of billirubin IX and solubilisation of cholate micelles.  An application of nuclear Overhauser effect

      Kasturi Lahiri Puranam, S. Raghothama and P. Balaram.

      Biochem.Biophys. Acta.  922,  67, (1987). pdf

8.      Cystine peptides.  The Intramolecular antiparallel b-sheet conformation of a 20-membered cyclic peptide disulfide

       R. Kishore, S. Raghothama and P. Balaram.

       Biopolymers,  26, 873, (1987). pdf

7.      Cystine peptides, spectroscopic studies on conformation of a cyclic pentapeptide disulfide

       R. Kishore, S. Raghothama and P. Balaram.

       Int. J. Peptide Protein Res.  29, 381,  (1987). pdf

6.      The ra-structure, chemical shift anisotropy and the abnormal orientation of methyldichlorophosphine from NMR spectrum

       C.L. Khetrapal, S. Raghothama and N. Suryaprakash.

       J. Magn. Reson., 71, 140, (1987).

5.      Membrane channel forming polypeptide.  Molecular conformation and mitochondrial uncoupling activity of antiamoebin, an a-amino-isobutyric acid containing peptide

      Manoj K.Das, S. Raghothama and P. Balaram.

      Biochemistry, 25, 7110, (1986). pdf

4.      Conformation of the amino terminal tetrapeptide of emerimicins and antiamoebins in solution and in the solid state

       R. Bardi, A.M. Piazzesi, C. Toniolo, P. Antony Raj, S. Raghothama and P.Balaram.

       Int. J. Biol. Macromol, 8, 201, (1986). pdf

3.      Solid state and solution conformation of Boc-L-Met-Aib-L-Phe-OMe  b-turn conformation of a sequence related to an active chemotatic peptide analog

       R. Bardi, A.M. Piazzesi, C. Toniolo, P. Antony Raj, S. Raghothama and P.Balaram.

       Int. J. Peptide Protein Res. 27, 229,  (1986). pdf

2.    Solvent effects on the structure of benzo(b) selenophene oriented in liquid crystals

       N. Suryaprakash, S. Raghothama, C.L.Khetrapal, A.C.Kunwar, M. Baiwir and L.Liabres.

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1.      Determination of chemical shift anisotropy of molecules in a mixture of two liquid crystals of opposite diamagnetic anisotropies

      S. Raghothama

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