ANALISIS IN SILICO GENISTEIN DAN ANALOGNYA SEBAGAI INHIBITOR KANKER PAYUDARA RESEPTOR ESTROGEN ALFA POSITIF (ERα+)

Zein Fauzan, Rika Andriani, Sophi Damayanti, Sekolah Tinggi, Farmasi Bandung
Jurnal Farmasi Galenika   unpublished
Breast cancer is the highest mortality disease on women in the world and about 60-80% of the cases are ERα+ breast cancer. The discovery of more selective to HERα, safe, and potential new anticancer agent is expected to help the treatment of ERα+ breast cancer. In silico analysis had been carried out by computational chemistry methods, including determination of physicochemical parameters such as lipophilicity/CLogP, molar refractivity/CMR, bond energy/HOMO-LUMO and E-Gap, partial charge
more » ... rtial charge reactivity; determination of structural similarity by overlaying, and the interaction analysis of genistein and its analogues against HERα by docking method. The result showed that group of-7OH on the C ring and group of-4'OH on the A ring of genistein were the major pharmacophore. More number of hydrogen bonds (especially to Arg394), shorter distance, and lower free binding energy resulted higher inhibitory activity, it was shown by MA6 which had 4 of hydrogen bonds (-14,51 kcal/mol) and each of them bound to Arg394 (=N-aromatic, substituent of-4'OR), Arg394 (-4'OR), His524 (-7OR), and Leu391 (=N-aromatic, substituent of-4'OR). Genistein, MA6, and MA8 had similar activity to tamoxifen even predicted more potent (MA6), it was correlated to its binding with Arg394. The complete result of in silico analysis confirmed the activity of genistein and its analogues as an inhibitor of ERα+ breast cancer.
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