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College of Veterinary Science
Assam Agricultural University, Khanapara, Guwahati - 781022


Bioinformatics Infrastructure Facility
(Sponsored by Department of Biotechnology, Govt. of India)

 
 
 
 
 
     
     
 
 

 

The Bioinformatics Infrastructure Facility (BIF) was established in the college in the year 2006 with the financial support of the Department of Biotechnology, Government of India under the Biotechnology Information System Network (BTISnet) programme. The primary objective of this facility is to promote biology teaching through bioinformatics (BTBI). It provides services to the host faculty and other neighboring institutions of higher education in terms of Internet connectivity, retrieval of online and offline biological databases, bioinformatics software and tools for facilitating biological research particularly in the area of sequence and phylogenetic analysis, database development, molecular modeling and drug design, etc. It also periodically organizes hands-on trainings on various aspects of application of bioinformatics tools and molecular techniques in biological research.

 
 
 
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Publications

1) Goswami, N.; Hussain, I. and Borah, P. (2012). An In Silico Approach to Determine A Mode of DNA Topoisomerase Poisoning by DNA Gyrase Inhibitory Protein (GyrI) in Escherichia coli. Proceedings of East Zonal Indian Pharmacological Society Conference, held at Guwahati, Assam from 3–4 November, 2012.

2) Dutta, R.; Goswami, N.; Kalita, D. and Borah, P. (2013). In silico prediction of GDF9 encoded protein in goat. J. Proteomics Bioinform. 6:7 (Impact Factor: 2.22)

3) Goswami N. and Borah P. (2013). Bioinformatics applications beyond conventional boundaries: molecular dynamics, molecular docking and drug discovery. Paper presented in UGC-sponsored National Workshop on ‘Present approaches and applications of bioinformatics tools and techniques in biological sciences’ held at Dhing College, Nagaon, Assam from 17-18 June, 2013.

4) Goswami, N.; Hussain, I.; Gupta, S.; Borah, P. and Lynn, A.M. (2013). Bacterial Protein Toxins: Molecular Modeling Approaches to Understand Structure and Activity Relationship. Paper presented in National Conference on Contemporary Bioinformatics Research in India held at Silchar, Assam on 10th November, 2013.

5) Dutta, R.; Das, B.; Laskar, S.; Kalita, D.J.; Borah, P.; Zaman, G. and Saikia, D.P. (2013). Polymorphism, Sequencing and Phylogenetic Characterization of Growth Differentiation Factor 9 (GDF9) Gene in Assam Hill Goat. African Journal of Biotechnology, 12 (50): 6894–6900.

6) Hussain, I.; Goswami, N. and Borah, P. (2014). Molecular Modeling of Claudin 4 and its Binding Modes with Claudin Binding Domain of Clostridium perfringens Enterotoxin. Paper presented in National Symposium on One Health: Harnessing Biotechnology for Addressing Veterinary and Biomedical Concerns on Food Safety, Zoonoses and Environmental Sustainability, held at Guwahati, Assam from 4–5 February, 2014.

7) Dutta, R.; Laskar, S.; Borah, P.; Kalita, D.J.; Das, B.; Zaman, G.; Barman, N.N. and Saikia, D.P. (2014). Polymorphism and nucleotide sequencing of BMPR1B gene in prolific Assam hill goat. Molecular Biology Reports. DOI: 10.1007/s11033-014-3232-4 (Impact Factor: 2.508)

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