Custom chemical microarray production and affinity fingerprinting for the S1 pocket of factor VIIa.
Journal - Analytical biochemistry (United States )
The goal of this study was to explore the applicability of surface plasmon resonance (SPR)-based fragment screening to identify compounds that bind to factor VIIa (FVIIa). Based on pharmacophore models virtual screening approaches, we selected fragments anticipated to have a reasonable chance of binding to the S1-binding pocket of FVIIa and immobilized these compounds on microarrays. In affinity fingerprinting experiments, a number of compounds were identified to be specifically interacting with FVIIa and shown to fall into four structural classes. The results demonstrate that the chemical microarray technology platform using SPR detection generates unique chemobiological information that is useful for de novo discovery and lead development and allows the detection of weak interactions with ligands of low molecular weight.
|ISSN : ||0003-2697|
|Mesh Heading : ||Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Combinatorial Chemistry Techniques Factor VIIa Ligands Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Models, Molecular Molecular Weight Organic Chemicals Peptides Protein Binding Surface Plasmon Resonance chemistry chemical synthesis|
|Mesh Heading Relevant : ||Drug Design Protein Array Analysis antagonists & inhibitors metabolism chemistry chemical synthesis chemistry|