Acoplamiento molecular para actividad trombólitica de algunos compuestos aislados de Clausena lansium.

Arkajyoti Paul, Mohuya Majumder, Abdul Gafur, Sabrina Qureshi, Joy Chakraborty, Abdullah Al Masum, Nazim Uddin Chy, Mohammad Shah Hafez Kabir

Resumen


La Clausena lansium (Familia- Rutaceae), comúnmente conocida como wampi o vampi, se encuentra en las tierras de barbecho o en terrenos baldíos en Bangladesh. Este estudio pretende hacer acoplamientos moleculares para identificar posibles afinidades de enlace de los fitocompuestos de Clausena lansium, específicamente Clausemarin B, Clausenaline C, Clausenaline E, Murrayanine, vanillic acid y Xanthotoxol en busca de la molecula principal de actividad trombolitica. El acoplamiento molecular realizado por Schrodinger ofreció un amplio rango de cocientes de acoplamiento que fueron para Clausemarin B , Clausenaline C , Clausenaline E, Murrayanine , vanillic acid and Xanthotoxol -6.926, -4.041, -4.889 , -4.356, -3.007 and -5.816 respectivamente. Entre todos los compuestos fue Clausemarin B el que mostró el mejor coeficiente de acoplamiento. Por tanto Clausemarin B es el más eficaz para actividad trombolitica. En el futuro serán necesarias investigaciones in vivo para identificar la actividad trombolitica de los compuestos aislados
de Clausena lansium.


Palabras clave


Clausena lansium,actividad trombolítica, acoplamiento molecular, Clausemarin B

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