Rahul K Das, PhD
Rahul K Das, PhD
GNS Healthcare, Cambridge, MA, USA
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Conformations of intrinsically disordered proteins are influenced by linear sequence distributions of oppositely charged residues
RK Das, RV Pappu
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (33), 13392-13397, 2013
CIDER: resources to analyze sequence-ensemble relationships of intrinsically disordered proteins
AS Holehouse, RK Das, JN Ahad, MOG Richardson, RV Pappu
Biophysical journal 112 (1), 16-21, 2017
Relating sequence encoded information to form and function of intrinsically disordered proteins
RK Das, K Ruff, RV Pappu
Current Opinion in Structural Biology 32, 102-112, 2015
Fiber optic sensing of liquid refractive index
A Banerjee, S Mukherjee, RK Verma, B Jana, TK Khan, M Chakroborty, ...
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 123 (1), 594-605, 2007
A high-throughput mutational scan of an intrinsically disordered acidic transcriptional activation domain
MV Staller, AS Holehouse, D Swain-Lenz, RK Das, RV Pappu, BA Cohen
Cell systems 6 (4), 444-455. e6, 2018
Cryptic sequence features within the disordered protein p27Kip1 regulate cell cycle signaling
RK Das, Y Huang, AH Phillips, RW Kriwacki, RV Pappu
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (20), 5616-5621, 2016
Control of transcriptional activity by design of charge patterning in the intrinsically disordered RAM region of the Notch receptor
KP Sherry, RK Das, RV Pappu, D Barrick
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (44), E9243-E9252, 2017
Ion mobility mass spectrometry uncovers the impact of the patterning of oppositely charged residues on the conformational distributions of intrinsically disordered proteins
R Beveridge, LG Migas, RK Das, RV Pappu, RW Kriwacki, PE Barran
Journal of the American Chemical Society 141 (12), 4908-4918, 2019
Coupling between motor proteins determines dynamic behaviors of motor protein assemblies
JW Driver, AR Rogers, DK Jamison, RK Das, AB Kolomeisky, MR Diehl
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 12 (35), 10398-10405, 2010
A quantitative measure for protein conformational heterogeneity
N Lyle, RK Das, RV Pappu
The Journal of chemical physics 139 (12), 2013
N-terminal segments modulate the α-helical propensities of the intrinsically disordered basic regions of bZIP proteins
RK Das, SL Crick, RV Pappu
Journal of molecular biology 416 (2), 287-299, 2012
Fuzzy regions in an intrinsically disordered protein impair protein–protein interactions
A Gruet, M Dosnon, D Blocquel, J Brunel, D Gerlier, RK Das, D Bonetti, ...
The FEBS Journal 283 (4), 576-594, 2016
Facilitated search of proteins on DNA: correlations are important
RK Das, AB Kolomeisky
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 12 (12), 2999-3004, 2010
Unmasking functional motifs within disordered regions of proteins
RK Das, AH Mao, RV Pappu
Science Signaling 5 (220), pe17-pe17, 2012
How is functional specificity achieved through disordered regions of proteins?
RK Das, A Mittal, RV Pappu
Bioessays 35 (1), 17-22, 2013
Dynamic properties of molecular motors in the divided-pathway model
RK Das, AB Kolomeisky
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 11 (24), 4815-4820, 2009
Interaction between motor domains can explain the complex dynamics of heterodimeric kinesins
RK Das, AB Kolomeisky
Physical Review E 77 (6), 061912, 2008
ABSINTH implicit solvation model and force field paradigm for use in simulations of intrinsically disordered proteins
A Mittal, R Das, A Vitalis, RV Pappu
Computational Approaches to Protein Dynamics: From Quantum to Coarse-Grained …, 2014
Spatial fluctuations affect the dynamics of motor proteins
RK Das, AB Kolomeisky
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 112 (35), 11112-11121, 2008
Stochastic modeling and simulations of biological transport
RK Das
Rice University, 2009
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