Hologram Based QSAR Analysis of Xanthine Oxidase Inhibitors

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Sathya. B
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Xanthine Oxidase HQSAR
Xanthine Oxidase is an enzyme, which oxidizes hypoxanthine to xanthine, and xanthine to uric acid. It is widely distributed throughout various organs including the liver, gut, lungs, kidney, heart, brain and plasma. It is involved in gout pathogenesis. Hence, in the present study, Hologram based Quantitative Structure Activity Relationship Study was performed on a series of Xanthine Oxidase antagonist named 2-(indol-5-yl) thiazole derivatives. The best HQSAR model was obtained using Atoms, Bonds, Connection, Hydrogen, Chirality and Donor Acceptor as fragment distinction parameter using hologram length 71 and 4 components with fragment size of minimum 2 and maximum 5. Significant cross-validated correlation coefficient ($q^2$ 수식 이미지= 0.563) and non cross-validated correlation coefficients ($r^2$ 수식 이미지= 0.967) were obtained. The model was then used to evaluate the six external test compounds and its $r^2{_{pred}}$ 수식 이미지 was found to be 0.798. Contribution map show that presence of propyl ring in indole thiazole makes big contributions for improving the biological activities of the compounds. We hope that our HQSAR model and analysis will be helpful for future design of xanthine oxidase antagonists.
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Sathya. B. (2017). Hologram Based QSAR Analysis of Xanthine Oxidase Inhibitors, 조선자연과학논문집 | Vol.10, No.4 p.202 ~ p.208
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