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- PubMed: 8807900
- Primary Citation of Related Structures:  1NLP
- PubMed Abstract:
- Solution Structure of the SH3 Domain of Src and Identification of its Ligand-Binding Site
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Protein-structure-based combinatorial chemistry has recently been used to discover several ligands containing non-peptide binding elements to the Src SH3 domain. The encoded library used has the form Cap-M1-M2-M3-PLPPLP, in which the Cap and Mi's are ...
Protein-structure-based combinatorial chemistry has recently been used to discover several ligands containing non-peptide binding elements to the Src SH3 domain. The encoded library used has the form Cap-M1-M2-M3-PLPPLP, in which the Cap and Mi's are composed of a diverse set of organic monomers. The PLPPLP portion provided a structural bias directing the non-peptide fragment Cap-M1-M2-M3 to the SH3 specificity pocket. Fifteen ligands were selected from > 1.1 million distinct compounds. The structural basis for selection was unknown.
Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Harvard University, MA 02138, USA.