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|Title:||A combined crystallographic and molecular dynamics study of cathepsin L retrobinding inhibitors||Authors:||Shenoy, R.T.
|Issue Date:||22-Oct-2009||Citation:||Shenoy, R.T., Chowdhury, S.F., Kumar, S., Joseph, L., Purisima, E.O., Sivaraman, J. (2009-10-22). A combined crystallographic and molecular dynamics study of cathepsin L retrobinding inhibitors. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 52 (20) : 6335-6346. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1021/jm900596y||Abstract:||We report the crystal structures of three noncovalent retrobinding inhibitors in complex with mature cathepsin L up to resolutions of 2.5, 1.8, and 2.5 Å, respectively. These inhibitors were Bpa-(Nε-Bpa)-Lys-DArg- Tyr-Npe, Bpa-(Nε-Bpa)Lys-DArg-Phe-Npe, and Bpa-MCys-DArg-Phe-Npe, where Bpa = biphenylacetyl and Pea=N-phenylethyl. These were selected to clarify the bindingmode of the biphenyl groups in the S' subsites because the addition of a second biphenyl does not improve potency.Examination of the symmetry-related monomers in the crystal structures revealed inhibitor-inhibitor crystal packing interactions. Molecular dynamics simulations were then used to explore the structure and dynamical behavior of the isolated protein-ligand complexes in solution. In the simulations, the backbone biphenyl groups for all three inhibitors ended up in the same location despite having started out in different orientations in the initial crystal structure conformations. The lack of improved potency of the larger inhibitors over the smaller one is attributed to a correspondingly greater entropic cost of binding. ©2009 American Chemical Society.||Source Title:||Journal of Medicinal Chemistry||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/99809||ISSN:||00222623||DOI:||10.1021/jm900596y|
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