An investigation of antidiabetic activities of bioactive compounds in Euphorbiahirta Linn using molecular docking and pharmacophore

@article{Trinh2013AnIO,
  title={An investigation of antidiabetic activities of bioactive compounds in Euphorbiahirta Linn using molecular docking and pharmacophore},
  author={Quy Trinh and L. L{\^e}},
  journal={Medicinal Chemistry Research},
  year={2013},
  volume={23},
  pages={2033-2045}
}
  • Quy Trinh, L. Lê
  • Published 2013
  • Chemistry
  • Medicinal Chemistry Research
  • Herbal remedies have been considered as potential medication for diabetes type 2 treatment. Bittermelons, onions, or GoryeongGinsengs are popular herbals and their functions in diabetes patients have been well documented. Recently, the Euphorbia hirta has been shown to have strong effects on diabetes in mice, however, there has been no research clearly indicating what the active compound is. The main purpose of the current study was therefore to evaluate whether a relationship exists between… CONTINUE READING

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