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|Title: ||Estudos de QSAR 2D baseados em descritores topológicos e fragmentos moleculares para uma série de derivados azólicos ativos contra Candida albicans|
|Other Titles: ||Química Nova|
|Authors: ||Andrade, Jônathas G.|
Freitas, Humberto F.
Castilho, Marcelo Santos
|Keywords: ||Antifungal;Azole derivatives;QSAR|
|Issue Date: ||2012|
|Abstract: ||Azole derivatives are the main therapeutical resource against Candida albicans infection in immunocompromised patients. Nevertheless, the widespread use of azoles has led to reduced effectiveness and selection of resistant strains. In order to guide the development of novel antifungal drugs, 2D-QSAR models based on topological descriptors or molecular fragments were developed for a dataset of 74 molecules. The optimal fragment-based model (r2 = 0.88, q2 = 0.73 and r2pred = 0.62 with 6PCs) and descriptor-based model (r2 = 0.82, q2 = 0.79 and r2pred = 0.70 with 2 PCs), when analysed synergically, suggested that the triazolone ring and lipophilic properties are both important to antifungal activity.|
|Description: ||p. 466-472|
|Appears in Collections:||Artigos Publicados em Periódicos (FARMACIA)|
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