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Optimization of 3,5-dimethylisoxazole derivatives as potent bromodomain ligands.
(2013) J Med Chem 56
PubMed: 23517011 | PubMedCentral: PMC3640414 | DOI: 10.1021/jm301588r
(C) Overlaying the X-ray crystal structures of ( R )- 8 (PDB code 4J0R, carbon = orange) and ( S )- 8 (PDB code 4J0S, carbon = yellow) demonstrates that the hydroxyl group attached to the stereogenic ... enter is solvent exposed.
(D) The phenol hydroxyl group of 8 (PDB code 4J0S, carbon = yellow) forms a hydrogen bond with one of the conserved ZA channel water molecules.
(E) Docking studies indicate that a feasible binding mode for 9 (docked, carbon = orange) is in a similar orientation as ( S )- 8 (PDB code 4J0S, carbon = yellow), with the 3,5-dimethylisoxazole occupying the KAc-binding pocket and the phenyl ring residing on the WPF shelf.
document-id-old-9 jm301588r document-id-new-14 jm-2012-01588r ccc-price Accession Codes Atomic coordinates and structure factors for the reported crystal structures have been deposited with the Protein Data Bank under accession codes 4J0R [( R )- 8 ] and 4J0S [( S )- 8 ].
Figure 4 (A) X-ray crystal structures of compound 3 (PDB code 3SVG, carbon = orange) and ( S )- 8 (PDB code 4J0S, carbon = yellow) both bound to human BRD4(1).
(B) Overlaying the X-ray crystal structure of ( S )- 8 (PDB code 4J0S, carbon = yellow) and 1 (PDB code 3MXF, carbon = orange) demonstrates that the phenyl group of ( S )- 8 binds to the WPF shelf in a similar position as the chlorophenyl group of 1 .
Publication Year: 2013
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