ApInAPDB: a database of apoptosis-inducing anticancer peptides

Faraji, Naser, Arab, Seyed Shahriar, Doustmohammadi, Alireza, Daly, Norelle L., and Khosroushahi, Ahmad Yari (2022) ApInAPDB: a database of apoptosis-inducing anticancer peptides. Scientific Reports, 12. 21341.

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Abstract

ApInAPDB (Apoptosis-Inducing Anticancer Peptides Database) consists of 818 apoptosis-inducing anticancer peptides which are manually collected from research articles. The database provides scholars with peptide related information such as function, binding target and affinity, IC50 and etc. In addition, GRAVY (grand average of hydropathy), net charge at pH 7, hydrophobicity and other physicochemical properties are calculated and presented. Another category of information are structural information includes 3D modeling, secondary structure prediction and descriptors for QSAR (quantitative structure–activity relationship) modeling. In order to facilitate the browsing process, three types of user-friendly searching tools are provided: top categories browser, simple search and advanced search. Overall ApInAPDB as the first database presenting apoptosis-inducing anticancer peptides can be useful in the field of peptide design and especially cancer therapy. Researchers can freely access the database at http://bioinf.modares.ac.ir/software/ApInAPDB/.

Item ID: 77562
Item Type: Article (Research - C1)
ISSN: 2045-2322
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Date Deposited: 24 May 2023 01:45
FoR Codes: 32 BIOMEDICAL AND CLINICAL SCIENCES > 3211 Oncology and carcinogenesis > 321108 Molecular targets @ 100%
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