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Multialgorithms-based docking reveals Imidazolidinyl urea as a multitargeted inhibitor for Lung Cancer
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1  Jamia Millia Islamia University
Academic Editor: Jitka Petrlova


Lung Cancer is one of the deadliest cancers, responsible for more than 1.80 million deaths annually worldwide, and it is on the priority list of WHO. In the current scenario, when cancer cells become resistant to the drug, making it less effective leaves the patient in vulnerable conditions. To overcome this situation, researchers are constantly working on new drugs and medications that can help fight drug resistance and improve patients’ outcomes. In this study, we have taken five main proteins of lung cancer, namely RSK4 N-terminal kinase, guanylate kinase, cyclin-dependent kinase 2, kinase CK2 holoenzyme, tumour necrosis factor-alpha and screened the prepared Drug Bank library with 1,55,888 compounds against all using three Glide-based docking algorithms namely HTVS, standard precision and extra precise with a docking score ranging from -5.422 to -8.432 Kcal/mol. The poses were filtered with the MM\GBSA calculations, which helped to identify Imidazolidinyl urea C11H16N8O8 (DB14075) as a multitargeted inhibitor for lung cancer, validated with advanced computations like ADMET, interaction pattern fingerprints. Further, it is proposed to optimise the compound with Jaguar and MD Simulation for at least 100ns with NPT ensemble class to analyse the deviation and fluctuations and possible interactions for stability.

Keywords: Lung Cancer; Multitargeted inhibitor; Molecular Docking; ADMET; Molecular Fingerprinting;