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Welcome to BioPhytMol

BioPhytMol is a manually curated drug discovery community resource on anti-mycobacterial phytomolecules and plant extracts. Currently, the resource holds a total of 2582 entries including 188 plant families (comprised of 692 genera and 808 species) and 633 active compounds and plant extracts identified against 25 target mycobacteria.

Search BioPhytMol

Plant Name:   Example: Allium cepa, Piper sarmentosum  [Browse]
Common Name:   Example: Aloe vera, Ladies Finger, Onion, Methi  
Plant Family:   Example: Asteraceae, Fabaceae, Zingiberaceae   [Browse]
Plant Origin:   Example: India, Nepal, China, Africa, USA, UK  [Browse]
Active Compound:   Example: (E) - Phytol, Canthin-6-one, Diospyrin   [Browse]
Target Bacteria:   Example: Mycobacterium tuberculosis, M. avium   [Browse]
   

The resource provides information on the various aspects of phytomolecules including their two and three dimensional structures, geographical origin, plant source, activity against etc. Query Builder facilitates querying resource, making useful combinations[See Help].

Extensive structural analysis has been done on BioPhytMol molecules and we have found a few compounds showing similarity with Second Line and Third Line anti-TB drugs.

It will be very useful for the researchers engaged in the drug discovery process because of its Structure Based Similarity Search and assignment of class to the searched structures.


If you are using this resource in your research work, please cite:

Sharma et al.: BioPhytMol: a drug discovery community resource on anti-mycobacterial phytomolecules and plant extracts. Journal of Cheminformatics 2014 6:46.


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