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CHEM 101/102 — College Chemistry I/IICHEM 351 — Biochemistry BIOC 481 — Special Topics in Biochemistry, "Protein Engineering"
The goal of our research is to utilize the unique properties
of proteins, peptides and DNA for developing biocatalyst and biosensor. Techniques
and methods involve a variety of molecular biology and protein engineering
tools, including rational, semi-rational and evolutionary approaches.
Majumdar, S., Lukk, T., Solbiati, O. J.,
Bauer, S., Nair, K. S., Cronan, E. J., and Gerlt, A. J. (2014) Roles of small
laccases from Streptomyces in lignin
degradation, Biochemistry, 53,
Majumdar, S., and Pratt, R. F. (2009)
Intramolecular cooperativity in the reaction of diacyl phosphates with serine β-lactamases, Biochemistry, 48(35), 8293-8298.
Majumdar,S., and Pratt, R. F. (2009)
Inhibition of class A and class C β-lactamases by diaroyl phosphates, Biochemistry, 48(35), 8285-8292.
Majumdar, S., Aderinan, S. A., Nukaga, M.,
and Rex R. F. (2005) Inhibition of class D β-lactamases by diaroyl phosphates, Biochemistry, 44(49), 16121-16129.
S., Majumdar, S., and Bhattacharyya,
D. (2005) Role of hydrogen bonds in protein-DNA recognition: effect of nonpolar
amino groups, J. Phys. Chem. B,
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