International Journal of Molecular Biotechnological Research

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Regular Issue  Subscription Original Research Published on :- 30-Mar-2023

In Silico Drug Design for Mycobacterium Tuberculosis and Development of Host Pathogen Interaction Network and Molecular Docking Procedures

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Keerthana S,
Abstract : Objective: A leading cause of illness is the contagious disease tuberculosis (TB), this infection with Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex (MTBC) read more

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Regular Issue  Subscription Review Article Published on :- 30-Mar-2023

Integrating Network Pharmacology and Molecular Docking to Assess Rutin’s Pharmacological Properties

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Govardhan R,
Abstract : Objectives: In the present research, the network pharmacology process was applied to determine the underlying mechanism of the pharmacological read more

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Regular Issue  Subscription Original Research Published on :- 18-Apr-2023

In-silico Molecular Docking of Indigofera Tinctoria Phytocompounds to Target EGFR/ERK and FGFR/FGF Pathway Proteins Involved in Prostate Cancer

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Nidhi Premanand Honavar,
Abstract : Objective: Prostate cancer being the second major cause of cancer related deaths in males, affects the small walnut shaped gland below the bladder read more

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Regular Issue  Subscription Original Research Published on :- 20-Apr-2023

Insilico Prediction of Multitarget Mechanism of Quinoline & Its Analogues on Phosphoinositide-3- Kinase Pathway Proteins

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Nyaipriya Devi Sanglakpam,
Abstract : Objective: Phosphoinositide 3-kinases (PI3Ks), the target of rapamycin (PI3K/Akt/mTOR, PAM, are a family of enzymes that play a role in the growth, read more

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Regular Issue  Subscription Original Research Published on :- 30-Apr-2023

Molecular Docking Evalution of Cedrus deodara Secondary Metabolites as a Potent Anti-Ovarian Cancer Agent

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Priyadharshini Pillai,
Abstract : Objective: According to the statistics of year 2022 it was seen that cancer total cases is 14,61,427. After breast cancer, ovarian cancer is the read more

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