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4D-QSAR Study of Some Pyrazole Pyridine Carboxylic Acid Derivatives By Electron Conformational-Genetic Algorithm Method

[ Vol. 14 , Issue. 4 ]

Author(s):

Burak Tuzun, Sevtap Caglar Yavuz, Nazmiye Sabanci and Emin Saripinar*   Pages 370 - 384 ( 15 )

Abstract:


Introduction: In the present work, pharmacophore identification and biological activity prediction for 86 pyrazole pyridine carboxylic acid derivatives were made using the electron conformational genetic algorithm approach which was introduced as a 4D-QSAR analysis by us in recent years. In the light of the data obtained from quantum chemical calculations at HF/6-311 G** level, the Electron Conformational Matrices of Congruity (ECMC) were constructed by EMRE software. Comparing the matrices, electron conformational submatrix of activity (ECSA, Pha) was revealed that are common for these compounds within a minimum tolerance. A parameter pool was generated considering the obtained pharmacophore.

Methods: To determine the theoretical biological activity of molecules and identify the best subset of variables affecting bioactivities, we used the nonlinear least square regression method and genetic algorithm.

Results: The results obtained in this study are in good agreement with the experimental data presented in the literature. The model for training and test sets attained by the optimum 12 parameters gave highly satisfactory results with R2 training= 0.889, q2=0.839 and SEtraining=0.066, q2 ext1 = 0.770, q2 ext2 = 0.750, q2 ext3=0.824, ccctr = 0.941, ccctest = 0.869 and cccall = 0.927.

Keywords:

Electron conformational-genetic algorithm method, 4D-QSAR, pharmacophore, pyrazole, pyridine, carboxylic acid derivatives.

Affiliation:

Department of Chemistry, Science Faculty, Cumhuriyet University, Sivas, Department of Chemistry, Science Faculty, Erciyes University, Kayseri, Department of Chemistry, Science and Arts Faculty, Siirt University, Siirt, Department of Chemistry, Science Faculty, Erciyes University, Kayseri

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