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Comparative Receptor Surface Analysis of Agonists for Tyramine Receptor which Inhibit Sex-Pheromone Production in Plodia interpunctella

[ Vol. 7 , Issue. 2 ]

Author(s):

A. Hirashima, T. Eiraku, E. Kuwano and M. Eto   Pages 83 - 91 ( 9 )

Abstract:


The quantitative structure-activity relationship (QSAR) of a set of 29 agonists for tyramine (TA) receptor responsible for the inhibition of sex-pheromone production in Plodia interpunctella, was analyzed using comparative receptor surface analysis (CoRSA). Using the common steric and electrostatic features of the most active members of a series of compounds, CoRSA generated a virtual receptor model, represented as points on a surface complementary to the van der Waals or Wyvill steric surface of the aligned compounds. Three-dimensional energetics descriptors were calculated from receptor surface model (RSM) / ligand interaction and these three-dimensional descriptors were used in genetic partial least squares data analysis to generate a QSAR model, giving a 3D QSAR with r2=0.969 for calibration and CV- r2=0.635 for the leave-oneout cross validation.

Keywords:

hts, high throughput screening, micro-arrayed compound screening, hdac

Affiliation:

Department of Applied Genetics and Pest Management, Faculty of Agriculture, Graduate School,Kyushu University, Fukuoka 812-8581, Japan.



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