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An in silico fragment-based drug design approach was devised and applied towards the identification of small molecule inhibitors of the dengue virus (DENV) NS2B-NS3 protease. Currently, no DENV protease co-crystal structure with bound inhibitor and fully formed substrate binding site is available. Therefore a homology model of DENV NS2B-NS3 protease was(More)
Dengue virus (DENV) protease is an attractive target for drug development; however, no compounds have reached clinical development to date. In this study, we utilized a potent West Nile virus protease inhibitor of the pyrazole ester derivative class as a chemical starting point for DENV protease drug development. Compound potency and selectivity for DENV(More)
The pharmacophore-guided approach used in the first phase of the design of novel protein kinase C (PKC) ligands was based on the study of the geometry of bioequivalent pharmacophores present in diacylglycerol (DAG) and in the more potent phorbol ester tumor promoters. A number of potent DAG lactones were generated by this approach, in which the glycerol(More)
The design and synthesis of novel SGLT2 inhibitors: C-Glycosides with benzyltriazolopyridinone and phenylhydantoin as the aglycone moieties, " Access to 3-arylindoles through a tandem one-pot protocol involving dearomatization, a regioselective Michael addition reaction, and rearomatization,
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