Guillaume Bret

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The sc-PDB is a collection of 6 415 three-dimensional structures of binding sites found in the Protein Data Bank (PDB). Binding sites were extracted from all high-resolution crystal structures in which a complex between a protein cavity and a small-molecular-weight ligand could be identified. Importantly, ligands are considered from a pharmacological and(More)
Medicinal chemists have traditionally realized assessments of chemical diversity and subsequent compound acquisition, although a recent study suggests that experts are usually inconsistent in reviewing large data sets. To analyze the scaffold diversity of commercially available screening collections, we have developed a general workflow aimed at (1)(More)
The Protein Data Bank (PDB) has been processed to extract a screening protein library (sc-PDB) of 2148 entries. A knowledge-based detection algorithm has been applied to 18,000 PDB files to find regular expressions corresponding to either protein, ions, co-factors, solvent, or ligand atoms. The sc-PDB database comprises high-resolution X-ray structures of(More)
The sc-PDB database (available at is a comprehensive and up-to-date selection of ligandable binding sites of the Protein Data Bank. Sites are defined from complexes between a protein and a pharmacological ligand. The database provides the all-atom description of the protein, its ligand, their binding site and their(More)
Protein-protein interactions are becoming a major focus of academic and pharmaceutical research to identify low molecular weight compounds able to modulate oligomeric signaling complexes. As the number of protein complexes of known three-dimensional structure is constantly increasing, there is a need to discard biologically irrelevant interfaces and(More)
High affinity ligands for a given target tend to share key molecular interactions with important anchoring amino acids and therefore often present quite conserved interaction patterns. This simple concept was formalized in a topological knowledge-based scoring function (GRIM) for selecting the most appropriate docking poses from previously X-rayed(More)
Promiscuity is an interesting concept in fragment-based drug design as fragments with low specificity can be advantageous for finding many screening hits. We present a PDB-wide analysis of multi-target fragments and their binding mode conservation. Focussing on multi-target fragments, we found that the majority shows non-conserved binding modes, even if(More)
It is shown experimentally and theoretically that axial gas flow leads to controlled unidirectional operation of a CO(2) ring laser. The direction of emission, clockwise or counterclockwise, can be selected by a slight tuning of the laser cavity (~1% of the free spectral range). The flow velocity required for complete mode extinction depends on the relative(More)