In silico Investigation and Molecular Docking Study of Triazolo-thiadiazole Derivatives for Antimicrobial, Anti-inflammatory and Anti-diabetic Activity

Amol Sopanrao Dighe, Ashim Kumar Sen
2021 Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research  
Triazolo-thiadiazole and connected fused ring in heterocyclic compounds are of highly interest in potential bioactive molecules. Triazolo-thiadiazole derivatives have lead of organic chemists due to their good biological and chemotherapeutic significance. Research in the field of anti-mycobacterium, anti-inflammatory, anti-diabetic and antimicrobial therapies are ongoing and studies are seeking. Therefore, the discovery of new effective anti-mycobacterium, anti-inflammatory, anti-diabetic and
more » ... timicrobial agents are imperative. Swiss programs are used to predict Triazolo-thiadiazole derivatives properties that are important for drug profile. Later, all of them were docked into the active sites of enzymes namely Ribosomal RNA large subunit methyltransferase (1P91), PeriplasmicOligopeptide-Binding Protein (1B05) and Protein-tyrosine phosphatase, non-receptor type 1 (1q6s), those were considered in Antidiabetic studies of triazolothiazazole derivative. Docking study when compared with Triazolo-thiadiazole derivatives with standard drug, derivative docking result is better. Ciprofloxacin, ibuprofen, and acarbose have been used as standard drugs for antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and antidiabetic activity in comparative docking studies.
doi:10.5530/ijper.55.4.213 fatcat:6afoz5bptnffxpbt34icel627a