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P-ISSN: 2788-9262, E-ISSN: 2788-9270

2023, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part A

Biological effects of narcotics drugs

Author(s): Anuwanshi Sharma and Mayank Pandey

Abstract: Background: New Molecular docking software is a technical approach that is mostly employed in drug discovery and design, as well as for numerous analysis processes. Computerized platforms are used in the process of molecular docking. It is a molecular combination in which one molecule binds to other molecules to form a bonded complex with all-around lowest energy requirements.Cannabidiol [CBD] has blowup in fame around the world in just a few years. Cannabidiol is currently vended and used to give a wide range of therapeutic illnesses and lifestyle diseases after being revealed as an effective self-medication for Dravet syndrome in progenies. Cannabidiol, a non-psychoactive isomer of the more well-known tetrahydrocannabinol [THC], is becoming increasingly widely accessible in a variability of forms.Result: Using several molecular docking techniques, the current study seeks to investigate the binding interactions of delta-9 THC with cytochrome p450. CYPs are a family of mono oxygenases that contain heme as a cofactor.The findings of docking tests revealed that these compounds have high binding affinities. The mechanism and interactions are the focus of this research.Conclusion: It aids computer-based concepts, which provide new ideas to staff in investigating and bringing theories together experimentally, as well as bringing answers to all difficulties, including cost, that arise.

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Anuwanshi Sharma, Mayank Pandey. Biological effects of narcotics drugs. Nat J Pharm Sci 2023;3(1):32-37.

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