AN IN-SILICO APPROACH FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF ANTI-COLON CANCER PHYTOCOMPOUNDS FROM AVENA SATIVA.L

@inproceedings{Pradeepa2014ANIA,
  title={AN IN-SILICO APPROACH FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF ANTI-COLON CANCER PHYTOCOMPOUNDS FROM AVENA SATIVA.L},
  author={Madapura M Pradeepa and Vignesh Kalidas and Nishamol Geetha},
  year={2014}
}
Oats (Avena sativa L.) have been used as livestock and human foods since ancient times. It is a good source of many active phytocompounds which exhibit antiinflammatory, anti-oxidant and anti-colon cancer activities. In the present study, an insilico approach was followed to identify the potential phytocompounds of oats against anticolon cancer. Fourteen phytocompounds of oats were selected as ligands and subjected to molecular docking analyses for the inhibition of c-Met receptor which is the… CONTINUE READING

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