Medicinal Chemistry

ISSN: 2161-0444

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Aravind A


  • Research Article
    EGFR Tyrosine Kinase Targeted In Silico Design and Synthesis of Novel Quinazoline Derivatives
    Author(s): Dhanya S, Aravind A, William AS and Sandhya SMDhanya S, Aravind A, William AS and Sandhya SM

    Quinazolines are medicinally important as anti-convulsant, anti-cancer, anti-microbial, and anti-tubercular properties etc. They target epidermal growth factor receptors on tumor cells. This work is aimed to synthesize a new series of quinazoline derivatives which could deliver drug specifically to the EGFR over expressing tumors. A series of novel Schiff’s base analogues were developed by in silico screening methods. The drug likeness of the analogues was analyzed by using Molinspiration software. Biological activities of these analogues were evaluated by using PASS software. The candidates which obeyed Lipinski rule of five and having suitable anti-cancer and anti-microbial activity were taken for docking studies using Schrodinger software. All the proposed derivatives were docked with various protein targets obtained from PDB, using GLIDE software and satisfactory do.. Read More»

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