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Training a scoring function for the alignment of small molecules.
(2010) J Chem Inf Model 50
PubMed: 20831240 | PubMedCentral: PMC2946173 | DOI: 10.1021/ci100227h
( 31 ) If the six ligands 1DI8 , 1P5E , 1PKD , 1PXI , 1PXJ , and 1WCC were excluded, then our results would improve from 39.6% to 47.6% correct for the rigid-body alignments and from 22.4% to 26.6% co... rect for the flexible alignments.
Of the 57 ligands in the system, only 7 ligands have more than 33 or less than 17 heavy atoms, and 1P5E , 1PKD , 1PXI , 1PXJ , and 1WCC are among them, with 13, 36, 14, 14, and 8 heavy atoms, respectively.
Publication Year: 2010
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