Molecular modelling, docking and interaction studies of human-plasmogen and salmonella enolase with enolase inhibitors

@article{Chauhan2012MolecularMD,
  title={Molecular modelling, docking and interaction studies of human-plasmogen and salmonella enolase with enolase inhibitors},
  author={D. Chauhan and S. Chandra and Arun Gupta and Tiratha Raj Singh},
  journal={Bioinformation},
  year={2012},
  volume={8},
  pages={185 - 188}
}
Salmonella enteric serovar Typhi Ty2 is a human specific pathogen and an etiological agent for typhoid fever. Most of Salmonella serotypes produce glycogen which has a comparatively minor role in virulence and colonization, but has a more significant role in survival. Enzymes present in glycolytic pathway of bacteria help bacteria to survive by activating other factors inside host. Numerous pathogenic bacteria species intervene with the plasminogen system, and this plasminogen–enolase… Expand

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