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Protein-Peptide Docking: An Initiation to Discover Therapeutic Peptides

Author(s): B. Aarthi Rashmi, Harishchander Anandaram* and S. Sachin Kumar

Pp: 60-69 (10)

DOI: 10.2174/9789815079395123010008

* (Excluding Mailing and Handling)


The in-silico study on protein-peptide docking involves initiating the biomolecular interaction to identify compatible peptides with antibacterial properties. The current research elucidates a computational module for the discovery. The proteinpeptide docking of marine peptides against the marine bacteria and the gills of teleost fish in CABS-DOCK resulted in a compatible docked structure with the highest accuracy. Protein-peptide docking resulted in maximum compatibility for “ELLVDLL” derived from marine bacteria than “FIHHIIGGLFSVGKHIHGLIHGH” derived from the tapaila gills of teleost fish concerning receptors of resistant bacterial strains.

Keywords: Global docking, PDB, Peptides, Protein-peptide docking, Therapeutics.

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