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Tetrahydroquinoline: an efficient scaffold as mTOR inhibitor for the treatment of lung cancer - Supplementary Information.docx

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posted on 2022-12-20, 15:48 authored by Udit Chaube, Rajdeep Dey, Suman Shaw, Bhumika D Patel, Hardik G Bhatt


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Lung cancer and its classification


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Structure of mTOR backbone, which consists of six region the HEAT, FAT   (domain focal adhesion targeting domain), FRB (FKBP12 rapamycin binding), KIN   (kinase, the target of ATP competitive inhibitors), NRD, and FATC (focal   adhesion targeting domain of C-terminal). & Structures of mTORC1 (mTOR   complex)1/2. mTORC1 which contains of the mTOR backbone, Raptor, Deptor,   mLST8, PRAS40, and mTORC2, which contains of mTOR backbone, Protor, Rictor,   Deptor, mSlN1, and mLST8.


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Structure of some “nib” group of molecules like   some EGFR inhibitors viz. 29. Erlotinib & 30. Gifitinib, a tyrosine   kinase inhibitor 31. Neratinib, a MEK kinase inhibitor 32. Selumetinib, 33.   Cobimetinib/GDC-0973, an ERK   inhibitor 34. Trametinib all are used to treat lung   cancers.


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Timeline   indicates tetrahydroquinoline derivatives either as a mTOR inhibitor or for   the treatment of lung cancer in last ten years.


Table ST 01

Some known mTOR   inhibitors


Nirma University , (Grant / Award Number: 'UID: lPl2022-23138')


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