Molecular docking study for binding affinity of Indole derivatives against solution structure of the antimicrobial peptide Btd-2[3,4]

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  • Shivangi Sharma Amity University Madhya Pradesh, Gwalior

Keywords:

Molecular docking, Indole, Amino acid, Residues, Bioactivity, Antibacterial activity

Abstract

Indole based drugs are major constituents in natural products, active pharmacophores, and have excellent biological activities. The molecular docking analysis of indoloquinolizidine derivatives and solution structure of the antimicrobial peptide Btd-2[3,4] (PDB ID: 2M2Y) have been revealed in this article. The study of in silico molecular docking analysis of such indoloquinolizidine derivatives helps to determine the residual interaction, binding affinity, and hydrogen bonding of several indoloquinolizidine-based derivatives against solution structure of the antimicrobial peptide Btd-2[3,4]. The current work demonstrated that indoloquinolizidine derivatives could be very effective antibacterial agents to produce potent antibiotic medicines.

URN:NBN:sciencein.jmc.2024.686

Author Biography

  • Shivangi Sharma, Amity University Madhya Pradesh, Gwalior

    Department of Applied Chemistry, Amity School of Applied Sciences

Indole derivatives molecular docking

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2024-03-12

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Molecular Simulations

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Molecular docking study for binding affinity of Indole derivatives against solution structure of the antimicrobial peptide Btd-2[3,4]. (2024). Journal of Molecular Chemistry, 4(1), 686. https://pubs.thesciencein.org/journal/index.php/jmc/article/view/a686

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