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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: TOPS-MODE based QSARs derived from heterogeneous series of compounds. Applications to the design of new anti-inflammatory compounds
Author: Gonzalez, MP
Dias, LC
Helguera, AM
Rodriguez, YM
de Oliveira, LG
Gomez, LT
Diaz, HG
Abstract: A new application of TOPological Sub-structural MOlecular DEsign (TOPS-MODE) was carried out in anti-inflammatory compounds using computer-aided molecular design. Two series of compounds, one containing anti-inflammatory and the other containing nonanti-inflammatory compounds were processed by a k-means cluster analysis in order to design the training and prediction sets. A linear classification function to discriminate the anti-inflammatory from the inactive compounds was developed. The model correctly and clearly classified 88% of active and 91% of inactive compounds in the training set. More specifically, the model showed a good global classification of 90%, that is, (399 cases out of 441). While in the prediction set, they showed an overall predictability of 88% and 84% for active and inactive compounds, being the global percentage of good classification of 85%. Furthermore this paper describes a fragment analysis in order to determine the contribution of several fragments towards anti-inflammatory property, also the present of halogens in the selected fragments were analyzed. It seems that the present TOPS-MODE based QSAR is the first alternate general 'in silico' technique to experimentation in anti-inflammatory discovery. (C) 2004 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Subject: TOPS-MODE
linear discriminant analysis
cluster analysis
anti-inflammatory compounds
Country: Inglaterra
Editor: Pergamon-elsevier Science Ltd
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1016/j.bmc.2004.05.035
Date Issue: 2004
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