Research and Development
Metabolomics, physiology, process development and food chemistry are major thrust areas. We focus on for product development in drugs, biomarkers, vaccines and other food ingredients/additives business and all other pharmaceuticals such as tablets, injectable, syrups, powders, ointments, aerosols, capsules and liquids for human consumption, secondary metabolites and industrial enzymes. High throughput instrumentation for research activities in our innovation centre is provided by AIC-CCMB, Medical Biotechnology Complex, CCMB Annex-2, IDA Uppal, Genpact Road, Hyderabad, Telangana and Periyar-TBI, PMIST Thanjavur.
Tumor suppressor p53 for cancer therapy in pipeline.
Tumor suppressor p53 interacts (via DNA-binding domain) of amino acids residues position from aa102D to aa292G. In addition to that Tumor suppressor p53 DNA binding domain mutations of two amino acids residues positions of aa248R and aa249R by substitution of other two amino acids residues without mutation position of aa248 and aa249 in different tumor suppressor p53 wild type isoform 1-9. Based on the results, several cancer developments are expected in the future: Tumor suppressor p53 cancer therapy to eradicating 60% of different cancers in human.
Current State-Of-The-Art Problem:
Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) and Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV-3 and SARS-CoV-4).
We put emphasize that with this computationally developed, predicts protein sequence while the invention of new novel study suggest that thymine content (uracil) in protein coding ssRNA sequences are randomly distributed. Thymine content distribution is used here to examine SARS (COV-2-4). Frames are arriving as expected, positive single-stranded RNA (+ssRNA) first three frames, in the SARS coronavirus virus genome. Frame 1 prefer to have definite amount of thymine content (SARS-CoV-2). Frame 2 were observed that the thymine content (SARS-CoV-3) and frame 3 were also involved thymine content (SARS-CoV-4). Frame 1, frame 2 and frame 3 prefers to have least amount of adenine content (SARS-CoV-2-4). However, frame 1, frame 2 and frame 3 shows a variable degree of guanine and cytosine content. In addition, the results reveal that there were difference between (SARS-CoV-2-4) and existence. Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2-4), determined the role of thymine protein coding frames of ssRNA sequences (P. Anandagopu and E.ajasekaran et al.,.2008. Bioinformation. 2, 304-307). In this results Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2-4) protein coding ssRNA of RdRp, Spike and Nucleocapsid play an important role in such a way to establish host-pathogen interaction.Severe acute respiratory syndrome-coronavirus (SARS-CoV-1): 2003 :29751 bp RNA
Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) 1st Covid wave 2019: 29903 bp ss-RNA
Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV-3) 2nd Covid wave 2021: 29345 bp ss-RNA
Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV-4) 3rd Covid wave 2022: 29214 bp ss-RNA
Our computational studies provide new insight into the unique specific regulation of the SARS-COVID- 19 specific ORF1,2,3 abc protein coding ssRNA of RdRp, Spike and Nucleocapsid sequences in Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2-4) virus genomes.
I).Development of RdRp, E, M gene-specific reverse transcription – quantitative polymerase chain reaction (RT-qPCR) four primers (F/R) with two probe from RdRp gene and two primers (F/R) with two probe from E gene and M gene-specific RT-qPCR. Set-up of RT-qPCR kit prototype SARS-CoV-2-4.
II)Development of Spike protein-specific Antigen-/Antibody for enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) analysis. Set-up of ELISA kit prototype SARS-CoV-2.
III)Development of Spike and Nucleocapsid specific custom antibody detection kit using recombinant antigens. Set-up of antibody and antigen Rapid test kits prototype SARS-CoV-2.
IV) Development of custom anti-RBD-SARS-CoV-2.
V) Development of protein subunit vaccine Receptor Binding Domain SARS-CoV-2.
RdRp-RNA-dependent RNA polymerase gene/proteinsFrame 1 prefers protein-coding gene of RdRP in SARS-CoV-2 (1st Covid wave 2019).
Frame 2 prefers protein-coding gene of RdRP in SARS-CoV-3 (2nd Covid wave 2021).
Frame 3 prefers protein-coding gene of RdRP in SARS-CoV-4 (3rd Covid wave 2022).
E -Envelope small membrane gene/proteinsFrame 1 prefers protein-coding gene of Envelope in SARS-CoV-2&3 (1st and 2nd Covid wave 2019-2021).
Frame 2 prefers protein-coding gene of Envelope in SARS-CoV-4 (3rd Covid wave 2022).
Frame 3 not prefers protein-coding gene of Envelope in SARS-CoV.
M - Membrane gene/proteins
Frame 1 prefers protein-coding gene of Membrane in SARS-CoV-4 (3rd Covid wave 2022).
Frame 2 not prefers protein-coding gene of Membrane in SARS-CoV.
Frame 3 prefers protein-coding gene of Membrane in SARS-CoV-2&3 (1st and 2nd Covid wave 2019-2021).
Spike & nucleocapsid gene/proteins
Frame 1 prefers protein-coding genes of Spike & nucleocapsid in SARS-CoV-4 (3rd Covid wave 2022).
Frame 2 prefers protein-coding genes of Spike & nucleocapsid in SARS-CoV-2 (1st Covid wave 2019).
Frame 3 prefers protein-coding genes of Spike & nucleocapsid in SARS-CoV-3 (2nd Covid wave 2021).
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS+ssRNA- positive single-stranded RNA
RNA- Ribonucleic Acid (RNA)
Thymine content- XTX 16 Codons- Where X (A, T, G and C)
Adenine content- XAX 16 Codons- Where X (A, T, G and C)
Guanine content- XGX 16 Codons- Where X (A, T, G and C)
Cytosine content-XCX 16 Codons- Where X (A, T, G and C)
XTX 16 Codons – Large Hydrophobic Residues (LHRs) , F, I, L, M and V
open reading frame (ORF) ssRNA
Frame 1- open reading frame (ORF1)
Frame 2- open reading frame (ORF2)
Frame 3- open reading frame (ORF3)
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IV).Subrata Pramanik, Manisha Thaker, Ananda Gopu Perumal*, Rajasekaran Ekambaram, Naresh Poondla, Markus Schmidt, Pok‐Son Kim, Arne Kutzner, Klaus Heese, 2020. Proteomic Atomics Reveals a Distinctive Uracil‐5‐Methyltransferase. Molecular Informatics. Vol. 39, Issue 5, DOI:10.1002/minf.201900135.
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