Proscillaridin

A cardiac glycoside.

Phase of research

Potential treatment - theoretical effect

How it helps

Antiviral

Drug status

Natural product

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Clinical trials

General information

Proscillaridin is a natural glycoside drug. It has potential cytotoxic and anticancer properties due to topoisomerase I and II activity inhibition and cytotoxic/cytostatic effects on glioblastoma cell lines (DrugBank).

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Structure image - Proscillaridin

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Supporting references

Link Tested on Impact factor Notes Publication date
Systemic in Silico Screening in Drug Discovery for Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) with an Online Interactive Web Server
in silico 4.55

Predicted to bind a SARS-CoV-2 protein structural feature.

Aug/11/2020
Comparative analysis of antiviral efficacy of FDA-approved drugs against SARS-CoV-2 in human lung cells: Nafamostat is the most potent antiviral drug candidate
Preprint
Calu-3 human airway epithelial cells higher IC50 value in Calu-3 cells than VERO E6 cells May/12/2020

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