Dr. Karunakar  Kar
Dr. Karunakar Kar
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Critical nucleus size for disease-related polyglutamine aggregation is repeat-length dependent
K Kar, M Jayaraman, B Sahoo, R Kodali, R Wetzel
Nature structural & molecular biology 18 (3), 328, 2011
1612011
Triple‐helical peptides: An approach to collagen conformation, stability, and self‐association
B Brodsky, G Thiagarajan, B Madhan, K Kar
Biopolymers: Original Research on Biomolecules 89 (5), 345-353, 2008
1612008
Self-association of collagen triple helic peptides into higher order structures
K Kar, P Amin, MA Bryan, AV Persikov, A Mohs, YH Wang, B Brodsky
Journal of Biological Chemistry 281 (44), 33283-33290, 2006
1212006
Aromatic interactions promote self-association of collagen triple-helical peptides to higher-order structures
K Kar, S Ibrar, V Nanda, TM Getz, SP Kunapuli, B Brodsky
Biochemistry 48 (33), 7959-7968, 2009
872009
Huntingtin exon 1 fibrils feature an interdigitated β-hairpin–based polyglutamine core
CL Hoop, HK Lin, K Kar, G Magyarfalvi, JM Lamley, JC Boatz, A Mandal, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (6), 1546-1551, 2016
712016
β-hairpin-mediated nucleation of polyglutamine amyloid formation
K Kar, CL Hoop, KW Drombosky, MA Baker, R Kodali, I Arduini, ...
Journal of molecular biology 425 (7), 1183-1197, 2013
682013
Polyglutamine amyloid core boundaries and flanking domain dynamics in huntingtin fragment fibrils determined by solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance
CL Hoop, HK Lin, K Kar, Z Hou, MA Poirier, R Wetzel, PCA Van Der Wel
Biochemistry 53 (42), 6653-6666, 2014
472014
Tyrosine-and tryptophan-coated gold nanoparticles inhibit amyloid aggregation of insulin
K Dubey, BG Anand, R Badhwar, G Bagler, PN Navya, HK Daima, K Kar
Amino acids 47 (12), 2551-2560, 2015
372015
Enhancement of thermal stability and inhibition of protein aggregation by osmolytic effect of hydroxyproline
K Kar, N Kishore
Biopolymers: Original Research on Biomolecules 87 (5‐6), 339-351, 2007
352007
Sequence dependence of kinetics and morphology of collagen model peptide self‐assembly into higher order structures
K Kar, YH Wang, B Brodsky
Protein Science 17 (6), 1086-1095, 2008
332008
Accelerator, reactor and atmospheric neutrino data: A three-flavor oscillation analysis
S Goswami, A Raychaudhuri, K Kar
International Journal of Modern Physics A 12 (04), 781-799, 1997
321997
D-polyglutamine amyloid recruits L-polyglutamine monomers and kills cells
K Kar, I Arduini, KW Drombosky, PCA van der Wel, R Wetzel
Journal of molecular biology 426 (4), 816-829, 2014
302014
Rapid α-oligomer formation mediated by the Aβ C terminus initiates an amyloid assembly pathway
P Misra, R Kodali, S Chemuru, K Kar, R Wetzel
Nature communications 7, 12419, 2016
272016
Assays for studying nucleated aggregation of polyglutamine proteins
M Jayaraman, AK Thakur, K Kar, R Kodali, R Wetzel
Methods 53 (3), 246-254, 2011
272011
Evidence of rapid coaggregation of globular proteins during amyloid formation
K Dubey, BG Anand, MK Temgire, K Kar
Biochemistry 53 (51), 8001-8004, 2014
242014
Levels of supramolecular chirality of polyglutamine aggregates revealed by vibrational circular dichroism
D Kurouski, K Kar, R Wetzel, RK Dukor, IK Lednev, LA Nafie
FEBS letters 587 (11), 1638-1643, 2013
222013
Eugenol prevents amyloid formation of proteins and inhibits amyloid-induced hemolysis
K Dubey, BG Anand, DS Shekhawat, K Kar
Scientific reports 7, 40744, 2017
192017
Capsaicin-coated silver nanoparticles inhibit amyloid fibril formation of serum albumin
BG Anand, K Dubey, DS Shekhawat, K Kar
Biochemistry 55 (24), 3345-3348, 2016
182016
Thermodynamics of the interactions of calcium chloride with α-chymotrypsin
K Kar, B Alex, N Kishore
The Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics 34 (3), 319-336, 2002
172002
Capsaicin inhibits collagen fibril formation and increases the stability of collagen fibers
S Perumal, K Dubey, R Badhwar, KJ George, RK Sharma, G Bagler, ...
European Biophysics Journal 44 (1-2), 69-76, 2015
162015
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