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In Silico Analysis of the Association Relationship between Neuroprotection and Flavors of Traditional Chinese Medicine Based on the mGluRs
This study provides a guide for developing new neuroprotective drugs from TCMs which target mGluRs, and is the first study to present a novel approach to discuss the association relationship between flavor and the neuroprot protective mechanism of TCM based on mGLURs.
Discovery of Potential Inhibitors of Squalene Synthase from Traditional Chinese Medicine Based on Virtual Screening and In Vitro Evaluation of Lipid-Lowering Effect
Cynarin is a potential SQS inhibitor from TCM, which could be further clinically explored for the treatment of hyperlipidemia, according to molecular modeling methods and biological assays.
Discovery of Potential Orthosteric and Allosteric Antagonists of P2Y1R from Chinese Herbs by Molecular Simulation Methods
This work provides a reliable guide for discovering natural P2Y1R antagonists acting on two distinct sites from TCM, which could potentially provide an efficacious and safe antithrombotic profile.
[Discover potential inhibitors of 5-LOX and LTA4H from Rhei Radix et Rhizoma, Notopterygii Rhizoma et Radix and Genitana Macrophyllae Radix based on molecular simulation methods].
The molecular simulation methods were highly efficient and time-saving to obtain the potential inhibitors of 5-LOX and LTA4H, which could provide assistance for discovering the chemical quality indicators of anti-inflammatory efficacy of three traditional Chinese herbs, and may be helpful to promote the whole-process quality control of three Chinese herbs.
[Pharmacological mechanism analysis of oligopeptide from Pinctada fucata based on in silico proteolysis and protein interaction network].
The study provides the methodology basis for rapidly and efficiently implementing the mechanism analysis of TCM oligopeptides, which has an effect in treating neurological diseases, such as Alzheimer's disease.
Elucidation of Potential Targets of San-Miao-San in the Treatment of Osteoarthritis Based on Network Pharmacology and Molecular Docking Analysis
  • M. Chu, Ting Gao, Ping Wu
  • Biology, Chemistry
    Evidence-based complementary and alternative…
  • 18 January 2022
Wogonin, the key compound in SMS, might play a pivotal role on Toll-like receptor, IL-17, TNF, osteoclast differentiation, and apoptosis signaling pathways through interacting with four key targets.