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Volume 112 Issue 6 December 2000 pp 601-605
RETRACTED ARTICLE: Synthesis and electrochemical studies of phenylazo substituted tetraaza macrocyclic complexes of Ni(II)
Randhir Singh Suresh Kumar Amarendra Bhattacharya
Synthesis and characterization of some phenyl azo substituted tetraaza macrocyclic complexes of Ni(II) are reported. Electrochemical behaviour of these macrocyclic complexes has been examined using polarographic, voltammetric and spectroscopic techniques. These studies show that both the ligand and the metal are electrochemically active. The electrochemical behaviour of the azo function has been shown to occur through a single four-electron process. When a nitro group is also present, the nitro function of the azo moiety is reduced in a six-electron cathodic wave.
Volume 117 Issue 3 May 2005 pp 267-273
Volumetric studies of some amino acids in binary aqueous solutions of MgCl2·6H2O at 288·15, and 308·15 K
Densities (ρ) of glycine, L-alanine, and L-valine in aqueous solutions of MgCl2-6H2O (0.1-0.8 mol kg-1) have been measured at 288.15, and 308.15 K. Apparent molar volumes (
Volume 129 Issue 5 May 2017 pp 515-531 Regular Article
Assessing therapeutic potential of molecules: molecular property diagnostic suite for tuberculosis (MPDSTB)
ANAMIKA SINGH GAUR ANSHU BHARDWAJ ARUN SHARMA LIJO JOHN M RAM VIVEK NEHA TRIPATHI PRASAD V BHARATAM RAKESH KUMAR SRIDHARA JANARDHAN ABHAYSINH MORI ANIRBAN BANERJI ANDREW M LYNN ANMOL J HEMROM ANURAG PASSI APARNA SINGH ASHEESH KUMAR CHARUVAKA MUVVA CHINMAI MADHURI CHINMAYEE CHOUDHURY D ARUN KUMAR DEEPAK PANDIT DEEPAK R BHARTI DEVESH KUMAR ER AZHAGIYA SINGAM GAJENDRA PS RAGHAVA HARI SAILAJA HARISH JANGRA KAAMINI RAITHATHA KARUNAKAR TANNEERU KUMARDEEP CHAUDHARY M KARTHIKEYAN M PRASANTHI NANDAN KUMAR N YEDUKONDALU NEERAJ K RAJPUT P SRI SARANYA PANKAJ NARANG PRASUN DUTTA R VENKATA KRISHNAN REETU SHARMA R SRINITHI RUCHI MISHRA S HEMASRI SANDEEP SINGH SUBRAMANIAN VENKATESAN SURESH KUMAR UCA JALEEL VIJAY KHEDKAR YOGESH JOSHI G NARAHARI SASTRY
Molecular Property Diagnostic Suite (MPDSTB) is a web tool (http://mpds.osdd.net) designed to assist the in silico drug discovery attempts towards Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb). (MPDSTB) tool has nine modules which are classified into data library (1–3), data processing (4–5) and data analysis (6–9). Module 1 is a repository of literature and related information available on the Mtb. Module 2 deals with the protein targetanalysis of the chosen disease area. Module 3 is the compound library consisting of 110.31 million unique molecules generated from public domain databases and custom designed search tools. Module 4 contains toolsfor chemical file format conversions and 2D to 3D coordinate conversions. Module 5 helps in calculating the molecular descriptors. Module 6 specifically handles QSAR model development tools using descriptors generated in the Module 5. Module 7 integrates the AutoDock Vina algorithm for docking, while module 8 provides screening filters. Module 9 provides the necessary visualization tools for both small and large molecules. The workflow-based open source web portal,(MPDSTB) 1.0.1 can be a potential enabler for scientists engaged in drug discovery in general and in anti-TB research in particular.
Volume 130 Issue 8 August 2018 Article ID 0107
Polyoxometalate entrapped caprolactam gels and their cytotoxicity study
K SHAKEELA G SILPA SURESH KUMAR RAYALA G RANGA RAO
Polyoxometalate (POM) based gels are synthesized by reacting POMs with an excess of caprolactam. These POM-entrapped caprolactam gels are thermoreversible and possess good mechanical strength. The gelation of POMs in caprolactam matrix brought the gel acidity similar to the physiological pH. The cytotoxicity studies on SCC 131 cell lines using these gels show 50% of cell death in the range of 2 to 6 mM concentration in 48 h. The supramolecular caprolactam matrix with active protons and the redox property of POMs are responsiblefor the cytotoxicity effect.
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