Prediction of the biological activity of naphthoquinone N-derivatives on the basis of virtual screening and drug-like characteristics
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The predicted screening of the biological activity of aminopyrazole derivatives dichloronaphtoquinone with the use of the PASS program was carried out and their acute-looking characteristics were determined. On the basis of virtual screening data, perspective directions of experimental biological research of heterocyclic N-derivatives of 1,4-dichloronaphtoquinone were revealed.
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