The purpose of this page is to describe my academic activities, giving an insight into what I have worked on and/or people I have had the opportunity to work with.
In addition to the people in my current lab(s), I am fortunate to have the following collaborators:
- Ish K. Gulati, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus, OH, USA
- Prashanth Suravajhala, Birla Institute for Scientific Research, Jaipur, India
- Maksim Kouza, University of Warsaw, Poland & Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus, OH, USA
- Sundararajan V.S., Singapore
- Sten Heinze, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus, OH, USA
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Malik G., Malik G.
Secure multi-level electronic authentication techniques
Ref: 201711022812 (Indian Patent office)
Submitted: Jun 29, 2017
[Indian Patent Office]
A Novel technique for the conversion of digital data into DNA sequence (Data to DNA)
Invited Talk. Host: Prashanth Suravajhala, PhD.
Nov 4, 2016
Bioinformatics Center at Birla Institute of Scientific Research
Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
Deciphering General Characteristics of Residues constituting Allosteric Communication Paths
May 17, 2016
The Third International Conference on Mathematical and Computational Medicine
Columbus, Ohio, USA
Kumar, A., Pandeya, A., Malik, G., et al.
A web resource for nutrient use efficiency-related genes, quantitative trait loci and microRNAs in important ce- reals and model plants
[web] [pre-print] [pdf] [server]
Malik, G., Banerji, A., Kouza, M., Buhimschi, I. A., Kloczkowski, A.
Deciphering general characteristics of residues constituting allosteric communication paths
Kloczkowski, A., Kouza, M., Malik, G., Buhimschi, I., Faraggi, E.
Combining Prediction of Protein Aggregation Propensities with Prediction of Other One-Dimensional Properties
Malik, G., Banerji, A., Kouza, M., Buhimschi, I., Kloczkowski, A
A Deep Learning approach for the prediction of residues constituted in the Allosteric Communication Paths