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Crystal and molecular structure of the depsipeptide ionophore Hexadecaisoleucinomycin, cyclo‐[‐(D‐Ile‐L‐Lac‐L‐Ile‐D‐Hyi)4‐] (C80H136N8O24)
The crystal structure of a synthetic depsipeptide ionophore hexadecaisoleucinomycin, cyclo[‐(D‐Ile‐L‐Lac‐L‐Ile‐D‐Hyi)4‐] (C80H136N8O24), has been determined by single crystal x‐ray diffraction…
Receptor model for the molecular basis of tissue selectivity of 1,4-dihydropyridine calcium channel drugs
A molecular-level detailed model of the 1,4-DHP receptor binding site has been built from the published amino acid sequence of the 215-1 subunit of the voltage-dependent calcium channel isolated from rabbit skeletal muscle transverse tubule membranes.
Complexation of metal ions by monensin. Crystal and molecular structure of hydrated and anhydrous crystal forms of sodium monensin
Structure of 3β-hydroxy-16α-methyl-5-pregnen-20-one
Molecular structures of metabolites and analogues of diethylstilbestrol and their relationship to receptor binding and biological activity.
- W. Duax, D. Swenson, P. Strong, K. Korach, J. McLachlan, M. Metzler
- Chemistry, BiologyMolecular pharmacology
- 1 November 1984
Comparison of the observed conformations of I, II, III, DES, and estradiol suggests that it is the alpha-ring of I and II that minics the steroid A-ring in receptor binding, and that two of the four possible alpha- ring/A-ring matches are most conducive to eliciting hormone activity.
Steroid structure and function VII. Remarkable estrogenicity of 3-hydroxy-9β-estra-1,3,5(10)-triene-11,17-dione
Steroid structure and function--IX. Molecular conformation and receptor binding of isomeric analogs of D-homo-estradiol.
Steroid structure and function--IX. Molecular conformation of catechol estrogens.
Steroid structure and function. III. Conformational transmission in 1,3,5(10)‐estratrienes