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Name  Anantharaman V
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First Author Title Year Journal Volume Pages
Anantharaman V Novel conserved domains in proteins with predicted roles in eukaryotic cell-cycle regulation, decapping and RNA stability. 2004 BMC Genomics 5 45
Mans BJ Comparative genomics, evolution and origins of the nuclear envelope and nuclear pore complex. 2004 Cell Cycle 3 1612-37
Anantharaman V Comparative genomics and evolution of proteins involved in RNA metabolism. 2002 Nucleic Acids Res 30 1427-64
Anantharaman V TRAM, a predicted RNA-binding domain, common to tRNA uracil methylation and adenine thiolation enzymes. 2001 FEMS Microbiol Lett 197 215-21
Anantharaman V Regulatory potential, phyletic distribution and evolution of ancient, intracellular small-molecule-binding domains. 2001 J Mol Biol 307 1271-92
Anantharaman V Ter-dependent stress response systems: novel pathways related to metal sensing, production of a nucleoside-like metabolite, and DNA-processing. 2012 Mol Biosyst 8 3142-65
Anantharaman V The SHS2 module is a common structural theme in functionally diverse protein groups, like Rpb7p, FtsA, GyrI, and MTH1598/TM1083 superfamilies. 2004 Proteins 56 795-807
Anantharaman V New connections in the prokaryotic toxin-antitoxin network: relationship with the eukaryotic nonsense-mediated RNA decay system. 2003 Genome Biol 4 R81
Anantharaman V Cache - a signaling domain common to animal Ca(2+)-channel subunits and a class of prokaryotic chemotaxis receptors. 2000 Trends Biochem Sci 25 535-7
Anantharaman V MOSC domains: ancient, predicted sulfur-carrier domains, present in diverse metal-sulfur cluster biosynthesis proteins including Molybdenum cofactor sulfurases. 2002 FEMS Microbiol Lett 207 55-61
Anantharaman V The CHASE domain: a predicted ligand-binding module in plant cytokinin receptors and other eukaryotic and bacterial receptors. 2001 Trends Biochem Sci 26 579-82
Anantharaman V The GOLD domain, a novel protein module involved in Golgi function and secretion. 2002 Genome Biol 3 research0023
Zhang D Polymorphic toxin systems: Comprehensive characterization of trafficking modes, processing, mechanisms of action, immunity and ecology using comparative genomics. 2012 Biol Direct 7 18
Aravind L The many faces of the helix-turn-helix domain: transcription regulation and beyond. 2005 FEMS Microbiol Rev 29 231-62
Anantharaman V The PRC-barrel: a widespread, conserved domain shared by photosynthetic reaction center subunits and proteins of RNA metabolism. 2002 Genome Biol 3 RESEARCH0061
Anantharaman V Application of comparative genomics in the identification and analysis of novel families of membrane-associated receptors in bacteria. 2003 BMC Genomics 4 34
Aravind L HutC/FarR-like bacterial transcription factors of the GntR family contain a small molecule-binding domain of the chorismate lyase fold. 2003 FEMS Microbiol Lett 222 17-23
Anantharaman V Evolutionary history, structural features and biochemical diversity of the NlpC/P60 superfamily of enzymes. 2003 Genome Biol 4 R11
Aravind L Monophyly of class I aminoacyl tRNA synthetase, USPA, ETFP, photolyase, and PP-ATPase nucleotide-binding domains: implications for protein evolution in the RNA. 2002 Proteins 48 1-14
Anantharaman V Novel eukaryotic enzymes modifying cell-surface biopolymers. 2010 Biol Direct 5 1
Anantharaman V Diversification of catalytic activities and ligand interactions in the protein fold shared by the sugar isomerases, eIF2B, DeoR transcription factors, acyl-CoA transferases and methenyltetrahydrofolate synthetase. 2006 J Mol Biol 356 823-42
Aravind L The two faces of Alba: the evolutionary connection between proteins participating in chromatin structure and RNA metabolism. 2003 Genome Biol 4 R64
Anantharaman V Peptide-N-glycanases and DNA repair proteins, Xp-C/Rad4, are, respectively, active and inactivated enzymes sharing a common transglutaminase fold. 2001 Hum Mol Genet 10 1627-30
Anantharaman V MEDS and PocR are novel domains with a predicted role in sensing simple hydrocarbon derivatives in prokaryotic signal transduction systems. 2005 Bioinformatics 21 2805-11
Oakley MS Molecular factors and biochemical pathways induced by febrile temperature in intraerythrocytic Plasmodium falciparum parasites. 2007 Infect Immun 75 2012-25
Iyer LM The DOMON domains are involved in heme and sugar recognition. 2007 Bioinformatics 23 2660-4
Anantharaman V The NYN domains: novel predicted RNAses with a PIN domain-like fold. 2006 RNA Biol 3 18-27
de Souza RF AMIN domains have a predicted role in localization of diverse periplasmic protein complexes. 2008 Bioinformatics 24 2423-6
Anantharaman V Presence of a classical RRM-fold palm domain in Thg1-type 3'- 5'nucleic acid polymerases and the origin of the GGDEF and CRISPR polymerase domains. 2010 Biol Direct 5 43
Anantharaman V Analysis of DBC1 and its homologs suggests a potential mechanism for regulation of sirtuin domain deacetylases by NAD metabolites. 2008 Cell Cycle 7 1467-72



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