2VTL

IDENTIFICATION OF N-(4-PIPERIDINYL)-4-(2,6-DICHLOROBENZOYLAMINO)-1H-PYRAZOLE-3-CARBOXAMIDE (AT7519), A NOVEL CYCLIN DEPENDENT KINASE INHIBITOR USING FRAGMENT-BASED X-RAY CRYSTALLOGRAPHY AND STRUCTURE BASED DRUG DESIGN.


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Prediction of cyclin-dependent kinase 2 inhibitor potency using the fragment molecular orbital method.

(2011) J Cheminform 3

PubMed: 21219630 | PubMedCentral: PMC3032746 | DOI: 10.1186/1758-2946-3-2

Entry Structure PDB Resolution (Å) IC 50 (μM) Δ G b i n d E x p t 1 a 2VTA 2 185.000 -5.292 2 a 2VTH 1.9 120.000 -5.558 3 a 2VTM 2.25 1000.000 -4.253 4 2VTJ b 7.000 -7.308 5 a ... VTJ 2.2 1.900 -8.110 6 a 2VTR 1.9 1.500 -8.256 7 a 2VTS 1.9 0.030 -10.665 8 2VTN b 3.000 -7.829 9 a 2VTI 2 0.660 -8.761 10 a 2VTL 2 97.000 -5.689 11 2VTN b 25.000 -6.524 12 2VTN b 85.000 -5.770 13 a 2VTN 2.2 0.850 -8.606 14 2VTP b 0.730 -8.699 15 2VTT b 1.600 -8.216 16 2VTT b 0.090 -9.988 17 a 2VTO 2.19 0.140 -9.716 18 a 2VTP 2.15 0.003 -12.082 19 2VTT b 0.025 -10.777 20 2VTT b 0.012 -11.229 21 2VTT b 0.019 -10.946 22 2VTT b 0.038 -10.519 23 a 2VTQ 1.9 0.140 -9.716 24 a 2VTT 1.68 0.044 -10.429 25 2VTT b 0.910 -8.564 26 2VTT b 0.052 -10.326 27 2VTT b 0.063 -10.208 28 a 2VU3 1.85 0.082 -10.045 Structures of the small molecule CDK2 inhibitors are shown, together with the reference PDB structure from which the compound was extracted, the resolution (Å) of the PDB structure, the ligand potency (IC 50 in μM) and the experimental free energy of binding (kcal/mol).

Publication Year: 2011