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  • Holehouse, A.S., Das, R. K., Ahad, J. N., Richardson, M. O. G. , & Pappu, R. V.  (2017). CIDER: Resources to Analyze and Classify Sequence-Ensemble Relationships of Intrinsically Disordered Proteins. Biophysical Journal, 112, 16-21. PDF
  • Das, R.K. , Huang, Y. , Phillips, A.H. , Kriwacki, R.W. , & Pappu, R.V. (2016). Cryptic Sequence Features within the Disordered Protein p27Kip1 Regulate Cell Cycle Signaling. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 113(20), 5616-5621. PDF
  • Gruet. A., Dosnon, M., Blocquel, D., Brunel J., Gerlier, D., Das, R.K., Bonetti, D., Gianni, S., Fuxreiter, M., Longhi, S., & Bignon, C. (2016). Fuzzy Regions in an Intrinsically Disordered Protein Impair Protein-Protein Interactions. The FEBS Journal, 283, 576-594. (Editor's Choice paper; Selected and Evaluated by Faculty of 1000PDF 
  • Das, R. K., Ruff, K., & Pappu, R.V. (2015). Relating Sequence Encoded Information to Form and Function of Intrinsically Disordered Proteins. Current Opinion in Structural Biology, 32, 102–112. PDF
  • Das, R.K. & Pappu, R.V. (2013). Conformations of Intrinsically Disordered Proteins are influenced by the Linear Sequence Distribution of Oppositely Charged Residues. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA110(33), 13392-13397. PDF
  • Lyle, N.J., Das, R.K., & Pappu, R.V. (2013). A Quantitative Measure of Protein Conformational Heterogeneity. Journal of Chemical Physics, 139(121907), 1-12. PDF
  • Das, R.K., Mittal, A., & Pappu, R.V. (2013). Achieving Specific Recognition through Disordered Regions. BioEssays, 35(1), 17-22. PDF
  • Das, R.K., Mao, A.H., & Pappu, R.V. (2012). Unmasking Functional Motifs within Disordered Regions of Proteins. Science Signaling, 5(220), pe17, 1-3. PDF
  • Das, R.K., Crick, S.L., & Pappu, R.V. (2012). N-terminal Segments Modulate the α-Helical Propensities of Intrinsically Disordered Basic Regions of bZIP Proteins.  Journal of Molecular Biology, 416(2), 287-299. (Selected and Evaluated by Faculty of 1000) PDF
  • Driver, J.W., Rogers, A.R., Jamison, D.K., Das, R.K., Kolomeisky, A.B., & Diehl MR (2010). Coupling between Motor Proteins Determines Dynamic Behaviors of Motor Protein Assemblies. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 12(35), 10398-10405. PDF
  • Das, R.K. & Kolomeisky, A.B. (2010). Facilitated Search of Proteins on DNA: Correlations are Important. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 12(12), 2999- 3004. PDF
  • Das, R.K. & Kolomeisky, A.B. (2009). Dynamic Properties of Molecular Motors in the Divided-Pathway Model. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 11(24), 4815-4820. PDF
  • Das, R.K. & Kolomeisky, A.B. (2008). Spatial Fluctuations Affect the Dynamics of Motor Proteins. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 112(35), 11112-11121. PDF
  • Das, R.K. & Kolomeisky, A.B. (2008). Interaction between Motor Domains Can Explain Complex Dynamics of Heterodimeric Kinesins. Physical Review E, 77(6), 061912-16. PDF
  • Banerjee, A., Mukherjee, S., Verma, R.K.,  Jana, B.,  Khand, T.K., Chakroborty, M., Das, R.K., Biswas, S., Saxena, A., Singh, V., Hallen, R.M., Rajput, R.S., Tewari, P., Kumar, S., Saxena, V.,  Ghosh, A.K.,  John, J., & Gupta-Bhaya P. (2007). Fiber Optic Sensing of Liquid Refractive Index, Sensors and Actuators B 123(1), 594-605. PDF

Book Chapter:
  • Mittal A., Das, R.K. (co-first author), Vitalis, A., & Pappu, R.V. (2015). ABSINTH Implicit Solvation Model and Force Field Paradigm for Use in Simulations of Intrinsically Disordered Proteins. Computational Approaches to Protein Dynamics: From Quantum to Coarse-Grained Methods, ed Fuxreiter M (CRC Press), pp 181–203. 1st Ed.