Meglumine as a green, efficient and reusable catalyst for synthesis and molecular docking studies of bis(indolyl)methanes as antioxidant agents.

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Summary of "Meglumine as a green, efficient and reusable catalyst for synthesis and molecular docking studies of bis(indolyl)methanes as antioxidant agents."

An efficient and convenient Meglumine catalyzed procedure for the synthesis of bis(indolyl) methanes at ambient temperature under aqueous conditions in high yields. The catalytic reaction proceeds very smoothly. Clean reaction, ease of product isolation/purification, easily available reactants, metal free and environmentally friendly reaction conditions are the notable advantages of the present methodology. All the entitled compounds were characterized by IR, H, C NMR, mass spectra and evaluated for their antioxidant (DPPH, HO and NO scavenging methods). They exhibited potent in vitro antioxidant activity dose-dependently. The binding interactions and molecular docking studies for entitled compounds were studied against 3MNG protein. 4d exhibited marked binding affinity with excellent docking score of -7.6 and emerged as a lead compound.


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Name: Bioorganic chemistry
ISSN: 1090-2120
Pages: 465-473


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