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Volume 2 Issue 2

 

OXOVANADIUM (IV) MIXED CHELATES CONTAINING POLY (1-
PYRAZOLYL) BORATE AND β-DIKETONATE LIGANDS: SYNTHESIS,
INFRARED CHARACTERIZATION AND MOLECULAR DOCKING
STUDIES WITH XANTHOMONAS AXONOPODIS.

Author: D.O. Okorie & I.E. Otuokere

 

Abstract: Oxovanadium (IV) mixed ligand complexes were prepared form VOSO4 obtained by reduction of V2O5 in ethanolic sulphuric acid. The melting point and solubility of the complexes were determined. Infra-red spectroscopy was used for the characterization of the complexes. Molecular docking studies of the chelated metal complexes were performed with Xanthomonas axonopodis using Patchdock molecular docking algorithm server. .................Read more

 

OXOVANADIUM COMPLEXES CONTAINING OXYGEN AND NITROGEN DONORS: SYNTHESIS, INFRARED CHARACTERIZATION AND VIRTUAL SCREENING AGAINST HUMAN SPINDLIN 1 CANCER CELL.

Authors: D.O. Okorie & I.E. Otuokere

Abstract: Binding free energy function based on the atomic contact energy was estimated. The best scoring function gave atomic contant energy of -193.90, -135.90 and -225.60 Kcal/mole for oxovanadiumacetylacetonate/bis(1-pyrazolyl)borate, oxovanadium hexafluoroacetylacetonate /tris(1-pyrazolyl)borate and oxovanadiumacetylacetonate/tris(1-pyrazolyl)borate chelate complexes respectively. Negative values of the binding energy................Read more

 

DI-SECTORIAL DEVELOPMENT OF HOUSING CODE OF CONSTRUCTION DESIGNS, CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS TRANSFORMATION, AND NATURAL GAS PROVISION AT MASS LEVEL WOULD AUGMENT TO ACHIEVE THE TARGETS OF ECONOMIC, SOCIAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL
SUSTAINABILITY IN SINDH.

Author: Bashir Ahmed Abbasi

 

Abstract: The Di-Sectorial development means to address issues of development by selecting at least two sectors for the development. The Sindh province in this age of information and modernization gives such a grim look, as if the people living in the stone age. Apart from the urban areas, whole Sindh area depicts the scenario of 18Th century “Agrarian Society of the 17Th Century” where there is nohuman development, which may compel the government ..................Read more