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Figure 5: 2D and 3D representations of pharmacophoric features of the four compounds used in pharmacophore generation: (a and b) Isorhamnetin with 4 hydrogen bond acceptors (4 HBAs), 6 HBAs and an aromatic ring (AR); (c and d) fisetin with 4 HBAs, 4 hydrogen bond donors (4 HBDs) and an AR; (e and f) genistein with 4 HBAs, 4 HBDs and an AR; (g and h) silibinin with 4 HBAs, 4 HBDs and an AR. Pharmacophoric features are color-coded with red, HBAs; green, HBDs; blue, AR

Figure 5: 2D and 3D representations of pharmacophoric features of the four compounds used in pharmacophore generation: (a and b) Isorhamnetin with 4 hydrogen bond acceptors (4 HBAs), 6 HBAs and an aromatic ring (AR); (c and d) fisetin with 4 HBAs, 4 hydrogen bond donors (4 HBDs) and an AR; (e and f) genistein with 4 HBAs, 4 HBDs and an AR; (g and h) silibinin with 4 HBAs, 4 HBDs and an AR. Pharmacophoric features are color-coded with red, HBAs; green, HBDs; blue, AR