Theoretical Modeling of HPV: QSAR and Novodesign with Fragment Approach
Structure-activity relationships in a data set of HPV6-E1 helicase ATPase inhibitors were investigated based on two different sets of descriptors. Statistically significant four parameter Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationships (QSAR) models were constructed and validated in both cases (R2=0.849; R2 cv=0.811; F=52.20; s2=0.25; N=42). A Fragment based QSAR (FQSAR) approach was applied for developing a fragment-QSAR equation, which enabled the construction of virtual structures for novel ATPase inhibitors with desired or pre-defined activity.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: December 1, 2014
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