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γ-Fagarine - CAS 524-15-2

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A natural compound extracted from Phellodendron chinense, exhibits a near planar framework
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ADCs Cytotoxin
CAS 524-15-2 γ-Fagarine
98%. (NMR)
Melting Point
141°C (acetone)
Solid powder
ADCs Cytotoxin
Store at +4 °C, in dark place.
Soluble in ether, bensol, chloroform
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The rapid spread of influenza virus subtype H1N1 poses a great threat to million lives worldwide. To search for new anti-influenza compounds, we performed molecular docking and molecular dynamics simulation to identify potential traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) constituents that could block influenza M2 channel activity. Quinic acid, genipin, syringic acid, cucurbitine, fagarine, and methyl isoferulate all have extremely well docking results as compared to control amantadine. Further de novo drug design suggests that derivatives of genipin and methyl isoferulate could have enhanced binding affinity towards M2 channel. Selected molecular dynamics simulations of M2-derivative complexes show stable hydrogen bond interactions between the derivatives and M2 residues, Ser10 and Ala9. To our best knowledge, this is the first study on the anti-viral activity of the above listed TCM compounds.
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