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Docking of hiv-1 with neem using autodock in bioinformatics
, I. Arnold Emerson, M.S. Saleem Basha
Published in Research Journal of Pharmacy and Technology
Volume: 10
Issue: 11
Pages: 3877 - 3880
Protein is a chain amino acid each connected to its neighbor through a covalent peptide bond, therefore proteins are also known as polypeptides. HIV-1 disease is intellectual weakness which can go in seriousness from a mellow subclinical subjective wastefulness to an extreme twisting ailment. Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) taints the cells of the insusceptible framework. Specifically, HIV assaults and pulverizes the T partner lymphocytes, or T-cells, which are essential to the insusceptible framework and invulnerable reaction. Docking enables us to understand the molecular interaction which take place between a ligand and a contrasting protein. The molecular docking can be done by an open source program which is the Auto Dock, It is developed to mimic and foresee how a drug and a ligand of known structure bind. This is used to find the binding energy and the inhibition constant. This information can be used to synthesize drugs for HIV-1. © RJPT All right reserved.
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