Two tables provide access to information about drug and drug target information from DrugBank that
are mapped to PDB entries with each weekly update. These tables, accessed from the Tools menu, can be searched, filtered, and sorted.
See description of column names
These tables can be limited to specific drugs by searching for a list of drugs by trade or generic names:
The table above shows the data available for the drug Acarbose, which maps to four
primary drug targets (see Target Name column) based on a 30% sequence identity cutoff. Two PDB entries
(2QMJ, 3TOP) match the first primary target (Malose-glucoamylase) with 99% and 97% sequence identity
and contain the two stereoisomers (ACR, QPS) of acarbose. For the other three drug targets, no
good drug target match could be found; the sequence identity ranges from 44% to 60%. In these cases,
the proteins in these PDB entries are homologous to the primary targets.
The table above shows the data available for two primary drug targets of Abatacept. The first target
matches the PDB entries (1NCN, 1I85), and the second target matches the PDB entry (1DR9) with 100% sequence
identity. Note, there is no entry in the PDB that contains the drug Abatacept, so the table 'Drugs Bound to
Primary Targets' is empty.
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