Data on the Mode of Interaction Between Bilberry Leaves Phenolic Compounds and 13S Buckwheat Globulin

Published: 10 December 2018| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/svxdfmpfp5.1
Contributors:
Varuzhan Sarkisyan,
Yuliya Frolova,
Nikita Petrov,
Irina Vorobieva,
Alla Kochetkova

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This data are related to the research paper entitled “Buckwheat Flour as a Matrix for Sorption of Plant Phenolics: Homology Modeling, Molecular Docking, and FTIR Study” [1]. This data includes experimental procedures used to analyze the mode of binding between 13S Buckwheat globulin and phenolic compounds found in Buckwheat Leaves [2]. Results of molecular docking study are presented in this dataset. References [1] V.A. Sarkisyan, Y. V. Frolova, N.A. Petrov, I.S. Vorobieva, A.A. Kochetkova, Buckwheat Flour as a Matrix for Sorption of Plant Phenolics: Homology Modeling, Molecular Docking, and FTIR Study, J. Mol. Graph. Model. in press (n.d.). [2] J. Hokkanen, S. Mattila, L. Jaakola, A.M. Pirttil, A. Tolonen, Identification of phenolic compounds from lingonberry (Vaccinium vitis-idaea L.), Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus L.) andHybrid Bilberry (Vaccinium x intermedium Ruthe L.) Leaves, J. Agric. Food Chem. 57 (2009) 9437–9447. doi:10.1021/jf9022542.

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Globulin, Molecular Docking, Phenolic Compound, Buckwheat

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