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A Review on Indole-triazole Molecular Hybrids as a Leading Edge in Drug Discovery: Current Landscape and Future Perspectives.

Molecular hybridization is a rational design strategy used to create new ligands or pro-totypes by identifying and combining specific pharmacophoric subunits from the molecular struc-tures of two or more known bioactive derivatives. Molecular hybridization is a valuable technique in drug discovery, enabling the modulation of unwanted side effects and the creation of potential dual-acting drugs that combine the effects of multiple therapeutic agents. Indole-triazole conju-gates have emerged as promising candidates for new drug development. The indole and triazole moieties can be linked through various synthetic strategies, such as click chemistry or other cou-pling reactions, to generate a library of diverse compounds for biological screening. The achieva-ble structural diversity with indole-triazole conjugates offers avenues to optimize their pharmaco-kinetic and pharmacodynamic attributes, amplifying their therapeutic efficacy. Researchers have extensively tailored both indole and triazole frameworks with diverse modifications to compre-hend their impact on the drug's pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic characteristics. The cur-rent review article endeavours to explore and discuss various research strategies to design indole-triazole hybrids and elucidate their significance in a variety of pathological conditions. The in-sights provided herein are anticipated to be beneficial for the researchers and will likely encour-age further exploration in this field.

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