Insights from the docking analysis of biologically active compounds from plant Litsea Genus as potential COX-2 inhibitors

@article{Gogoi2012InsightsFT,
  title={Insights from the docking analysis of biologically active compounds from plant Litsea Genus as potential COX-2 inhibitors},
  author={Dhrubajyoti Gogoi and R. L. Bezbaruah and M. Bordoloi and R. Sarmah and T. Bora},
  journal={Bioinformation},
  year={2012},
  volume={8},
  pages={812 - 815}
}
Litsea spp of Laural family are traditionally used as herbal medicine for treating inflammation including gastroenterologia, oedema and rheumatic arthritis. Therefore, it is of interest to investigate and understand the molecular principles for such actions. Here, we have illustrated the binding of thirteen Litsea derived biologically active compounds against the inflammation associated target COX (cyclo-oxygenase) -2 enzymes. We compared the binding information of these compounds with a… Expand
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