A.V.S.K.Mohan Katta
COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY

Yada Yada Hi Dharmasya
Glanirva Bhavathi Bharatha
Abhyuthanam Adharmaysya
Tadatmanam Srijami Aham'
Bhagavad Gita (Chapter IV-7)

Our lab mainly works on membrane proteins (specifically on porins). Development of a database of known and probable porins was the work I have started with which resulted in PRNDS.It runs on PostgreSQL RDBMS backend on top of a linux box. This database is not only a repository of probable porins representing 8,16,18 and 22 stranded porins but they are also ranked based on a consensus based approach which makes it useful for target selection for structural genomics initiative and to get better insights towards general porin characteristics by using the probable porin sequences in the database. Presently there are 3182 sequences classified as 8,16,18 and 22 stranded probable porins which are derived from Swissprot. I am working towards a second release of the database with more features and analysis.
Hi! I am KrishnaMohan, joined Dr.S.Krishnaswamy's lab in Computational Biology with fellowship support from CSIR. I have done Masters in Biochemistry from Andhra University, Visakhapatnam
Computer Languages Python, Perl, PHP
RDBMS Databases PostgreSQL
Operating System Strictly Linux: Debian(favourite), Fedora
My Curriculum Vitae pdf
Email km@mrna.tn.nic.in, km@mkustrbioinfo.com
Publications
1)A. V. S. K.Mohan Katta, Rajeshwari Marikkannu, Rajiv V. Basaiawmoit and S. Krishnaswamy (2004) Consensus based validation of membrane porins In silico biology 4: 0046 URL:http://www.bioinfo.de/isb/2004/04/0046/
2) Preeti Mehta, Krishnamohan Katta, S. Krishnaswamy (2004) HNH family sub-classification leads to identification of commonality in the His-Me endonuclease superfamily. Protein Science 13:295-300.
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