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Selectivity by small-molecule inhibitors of protein interactions can be driven by protein surface fluctuations.
(2015) PLoS Comput Biol 11
PubMed: 25706586 | PubMedCentral: PMC4338137 | DOI: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1004081
Bcl-xL bound to ABT-737 (PDB ID 2yxj), a compound similar to ABT-737 (PDB ID 3qkd), an unrelated Bcl-xL inhibitor (PDB ID 3zln), and Mcl-1 bound to an Mcl-1 inhibitor (PDB ID 4hw2) were rotated for 10... random orientations, and an all-vs-all comparison of the ensemble of ABT-737 bound exemplars to those generated for each orientation was performed.
Publication Year: 2015
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Published in 2015
Fesik and co-workers have recently described the indole carboxylate 2 and solved the structure bound to MCL1 (171–321) at 2.8 Å resolution (PDB ID 4HW2).
Overall, the structure of MBP-MCL1 bound to 2 replicates the structure of PDB ID 4HW2 (superposition r.m.s.d. of MBP-MCL1 bound to 2 and PDB ID 4HW2 0.48 Å overall, calculated on all common Cα).
g005 Fig 5 Comparison of PDB 4HW2 and MBP-MCL1 with ligand 2.
The structure of MBP-MCL1 with ligand 2 (yellow) determined to 1.55 Å (blue) overlaid with the structure of MCL1 171–323 determined at 2.4 Å (PDB ID 4HW2, gray).
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