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Robust identification of binding hot spots using continuum electrostatics: application to hen egg-white lysozyme.
(2011) J Am Chem Soc 133
PubMed: 22092261 | PubMedCentral: PMC3244821 | DOI: 10.1021/ja207914y
Thus, FTMap identified residues in both the primary and secondary hot spots that are important for ligand binding, in contrast to the other two computational methods, which restricted consideration to... site C. 14 , 15 Figure 3 Distributions of nonbonded interactions between HEWL residues and the probes in the CSs shown in Table 1 from the mapping of the apo structure 2LYM (black) and between the HEWL residues and eight representative ligands from PDB files 1LZB , 1LZC , 1AT6 , 1HEW , 1SF6 , 1SF7 , 1SFB , and 1SFG (gray).
The ligands come from PDB entries 1LZC , 1SF6 , and 1SFB .
Publication Year: 2011
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Published in 2015
For the complex with (GlcNAc) 4 , PDB entry 1lzc (Maenaka et al. , 1995 ▶ ) was used.
Publication Year: 2015
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