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Predicting the possibility of two newly isolated phenetheren ring containing compounds from Aristolochia manshuriensis as CDK2 inhibitors.
(2011) Bioinformation 7
PubMed: 22355233 | PubMedCentral: PMC3280487 | DOI: null
Briefly, PDB file for CDK2 protein (ID 1W0X) downloaded from Protein Data Bank was uploaded to server.
We studied and proposed structural basis of interaction of these two molecules with binding site of olomoucine on CDK2 protein (PDB ID 1W0X).
Publication Year: 2011
Simple Ligand-Receptor Interaction Descriptor (SILIRID) for alignment-free binding site comparison.
(2014) Comput Struct Biotechnol J 10
PubMed: 25210596 | PubMedCentral: PMC4151984 | DOI: 10.1016/j.csbj.2014.05.004
In order to investigate this question one PL-complex per protein for CDK2, androgen receptor and trypsin families (PDB IDs: 1W0X , 2AX8 and 2UUK2AX82UUK, correspondingly) was considered.
Publication Year: 2014
PubMed ID is not available.
Published in 2015
PDB ID Resolution (Å) 1GZ8 1.30 1JVP 1.53 1H00 1.60 1OIT 1.60 1URW 1.60 1H01 1.79 1H08 1.80 1E1X 1.85 1H07 1.85 1H0V 1.90 1OIR 1.91 1E1V 1.95 1PXI 1.95 1JSV 1.96 1PXO 1.96 1AQ1 2.00 1GII 2.00 ... KE6 2.00 1KE7 2.00 1KE8 2.00 1KE9 2.00 1PYE 2.00 1R78 2.00 1CKP 2.05 1DM2 2.10 1H0W 2.10 1DI8 2.20 1FVT 2.20 1GIJ 2.20 1KE5 2.20 1W0X 2.20 1VYZ 2.21 1PXJ 2.30 1PXP 2.30 1OIQ 2.31 1V1K 2.31 1P2A 2.50 1PXL 2.50 1PXN 2.50 1PF8 2.51 1PXM 2.53 1G5S 2.61 1GIH 2.80 1PXK 2.80 The final score used to rank compounds was purposely designed to be the average score across these 44 structures of CDK2 so as to account for structural variability.
Publication Year: 2015
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