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Title: Lipophilicity, pharmacokinetic properties, and molecular docking study on SARS-CoV-2 target for betulin triazole derivatives with attached 1,4- quinone
Authors: Kadela-Tomanek, Monika
Jastrzębska, Maria
Marciniec, Krzysztof
Chrobak, Elwira
Bębenek, Ewa
Boryczka, Stanisław
Keywords: 1,4-quinone; betulin; lipophilicity; molecular docking; SARS-CoV-2 proteins
Issue Date: 2021
Citation: "Pharmaceutics" (2021), iss. 6, art. no. 781, s. 1-21
Abstract: A key parameter in the design of new active compounds is lipophilicity, which influences the solubility and permeability through membranes. Lipophilicity affects the pharmacodynamic and toxicological profiles of compounds. These parameters can be determined experimentally or by using different calculation methods. The aim of the research was to determine the lipophilicity of betulin triazole derivatives with attached 1,4-quinone using thin layer chromatography in a reverse phase system and a computer program to calculate its theoretical model. The physiochemical and pharmacokinetic properties were also determined by computer programs. For all obtained parameters, the similarity analysis and multilinear regression were determined. The analyses showed that there is a relationship between structure and properties under study. The molecular docking study showed that betulin triazole derivatives with attached 1,4-quinone could inhibit selected SARS-CoV-2 proteins. The MLR regression showed that there is a correlation between affinity scoring values (DG) and the physicochemical properties of the tested compounds.
DOI: 10.3390/pharmaceutics13060781
ISSN: 1999-4923
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