novel motifs mediating protein-protein interactions (PPIs) through
analysis of protein interaction networks. PPIs are reported in
the literature to be regulated by linear motifs (LMs), which are
short elements embedded witin large protein sequences (Petsalaki and
Russel, Curr Opin Bitechnol, 2008). These short linear peptide
sections are often present in disordered regions in eukaryotic
proteins and are responsible for thousands of protein-protein
drug-drug and food-drug interactions and in addition identify single
drugs to target multiple diseases with related molecular mechanism.
Based on the literature survey, it was observed there is a risk for
medication-related adverse events in people using more than five
medications, despite individual drug safety is taken care of by federal
policies. Besides drug-drug interactions, we would like to test the
hypothesis that single drugs can be identified to be effective among
multiple diseases which have common transcriptional control or
*Position for Research Assistant is currently avilable
will be open for individuals with NET (CSIR/UGC/ICMR/DBT) fellowships
to conduct research. Interested candidate may contact me directly.
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