Physical Biochemistry Research Lab
Molecular recognition is the core of all biological processes. In this laboratory we focus our attention on studying detailed understanding of the basic physical processes in these biochemical reactions. This group is working on interdisciplinary physical biochemistry research to solve broader problems in chemistry, biology and physics.
Study the shape and function of molecules
Enzymes function in health and disease
Biophysical aspects of human diseases
1-Ajmal, M. R., Almutairi, F., Zaidi, N., Alam, P., Siddiqi, M. K., Khan, M. V., ... & Khan, R. H. (2019). Biophysical insights into the interaction of clofazimine with human alpha 1-acid glycoprotein: a multitechnique approach. Journal of Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics, 37(6), 1390-1401.
2-Almutairi, F., & Ajmal, M. R. (2019). Systematic Biophysical Insights into the Interaction of Anti MERS-CoV Drug Ribavirin with Major Transport Protein in Human Serum: In-Vitro Studies and Implications in Diabetes and Uremia. Biophysical Journal, 116(3), 480a.
3-Almutairi, F. M., Ajmal, M. R., Siddiqi, M. K., Amir, M., & Khan, R. H. (2019). Multi-spectroscopic and molecular docking technique study of the azelastine interaction with human serum albumin. Journal of Molecular Structure, 127147.
4-Almutairi, FM, & Ajmal, MR (2019). Interaction of anti mers-cov ribavirin with human serum albumin in disease mimetic conditions of diabetes and uremia an in-vitro study. Indo american journal of pharmaceutical sciences , 6 (2), 3201-3213.