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Published in 2015
Use of molecular similarity to influence pose ranking The experimentally determined configuration of the 2XNB ligand (tan sticks, lower left of Fig.
Figure 6 shows a predicted pose for the 2XNB ligand (A), along with a depiction of its surface shape and electrostatic similarity to the bound pose of the ligand of 1FVV (B).
In the case of the 2XNB complex, the deposited structure contained two alternative poses for the ligand, the first of which was used for the deviation calculations.
Fig. 11 The experimental electron density ( red mesh ) for the 2XNB ligand is shown along with that computed for the entire top-scoring pose family ensemble ( thin cyan sticks with blue transparent surface, a ) and for the two alternate poses modeled in the crystallographic experiment ( thick tan sticks with gray transparent surface, b ) MAPK14 Overall performance on MAPK14 was very similar to that seen for CDK2, with the exception that the benefit from making use of substructural knowledge was slightly higher.
Fusion of molecular similarity with docking scores to improve pose family ranking The experimentally determined configuration of the 2XNB ligand (tan sticks, lower left of Fig.
Publication Year: 2015
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