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Density Functional Theory Studies on Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs Acetic Acid Derivatives of Cyclooxygenase Inhibitor

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In the present investigation, we focused on the theoretical quantum chemical calculations of the Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) acetic acid derivative of COX inhibitors. The investigation employs density functional theory (DFT) to understand intra-molecular interaction and hydrogen bonding interaction of the central aromatic ring and the carboxyl group (COOH). Further, the analysis on Mulliken atomic charge and population charge was carried out to understand the variation of the positive and negative charge shifts of the derivatives. Lastly, the molecular orbital analysis was carried out to understand the HOMO and LUMO energies that corresponds to the ionization potential of the molecule (HOMO), while that of the energy that corresponding to electron affinity (LUMO). These findings amongst the acetic acid derivatives would aid in novel synthesis and future drug development targeting the hydrophobic regions and active site of COX enzyme.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 October 2014

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