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EPHB4 KINASE DOMAIN INHIBITOR COMPLEX
2VWY
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  •   Molecular Description Hide
    Classification: Transferase
    Structure Weight: 34426.87
    Molecule: EPHRIN TYPE-B RECEPTOR 4
    Polymer: 1 Type: protein Length: 302
    Chains: A
    EC#: 2.7.10.1   
    Fragment: KINASE DOMAIN, RESIDUES 598-899
    Mutation: YES
    Organism Homo sapiens
    Gene Names EPHB4 HTK MYK1 TYRO11
    UniProtKB:   Protein Feature View | Search PDB | P54760  
     
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  •   Source Hide
    Polymer: 1
    Scientific Name: Homo sapiens   Taxonomy   Common Name: Human Expression System: Spodoptera frugiperda  
     
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    Identifier Details
    2BBA  CRYSTAL STRUCTURE AND THERMODYNAMIC CHARACTERIZATION OF THEEPHB4 RECEPTOR IN COMPLEX WITH AN EPHRIN-B2 ANTAGONISTPEPTIDE REVEALS THE DETERMINANTS FOR RECEPTOR SPECIFICITY 
    2VWU  EPHB4 KINASE DOMAIN INHIBITOR COMPLEX 
    2VWV  EPHB4 KINASE DOMAIN INHIBITOR COMPLEX 
    2VWW  EPHB4 KINASE DOMAIN INHIBITOR COMPLEX 
    2VWX  EPHB4 KINASE DOMAIN INHIBITOR COMPLEX 
    2VWZ  EPHB4 KINASE DOMAIN INHIBITOR COMPLEX 
    2VX0  EPHB4 KINASE DOMAIN INHIBITOR COMPLEX 
    2VX1  EPHB4 KINASE DOMAIN INHIBITOR COMPLEX 
     
  •   Ligand Chemical Component Hide
    Identifier Formula Name View Interactions
    7X5
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    7X5 C18 H15 Cl N4 O4 S
    N'-(5-chloro-1,3-benzodioxol-4-yl)-N-(3-methylsulfonylphenyl)pyrimidine- 2,4-diamine
    7X5:2VWY
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    MG Mg
    MAGNESIUM ION
     
  •   External Ligand Annotations Hide
    Identifier   Binding Affinity (Sequence Identity %)
    7X5
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    7X5
    IC50: 25 - 190 nM (99) - data from BindingDB  
    IC50: 90 nM - data from BindingMOAD  
    IC50: 90 nM - data from PDBbind  
     
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  Biological Assembly       
Biological assembly 1 assigned by authors and generated by PISA (software)
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