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AMPK modulatory activity of olive–tree leaves phenolic compounds: Bioassay-guided isolation on adipocyte model and in silico approach

Fig 6

Comparison of the free energy variation (ΔG) of the Olive-tree leaves phenolic compounds and ligand against the binding sites of the three AMPK subunits obtained by molecular docking.

Comparison of the free energy variation (ΔG) for all the identified compounds (Table 1 and S2 Fig) contained in those fractions showing activation/inhibition capacity of AMPK (Figs 4 and 5), based on molecular docking analysis against all known binding sites of AMPK (S3 Fig).

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