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Docking Studies and Ligand Recognition for Allosteric Modifiers of Hemoglobin
EP20122
Poster Title: Docking Studies and Ligand Recognition for Allosteric Modifiers of Hemoglobin
Submitted on 19 Dec 2013
Author(s): M.Cristina De Rosa, Donato Mosca, Cristiana Carelli Alinovi and Bruno Giardina
Affiliations: Catholic University Rome
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Abstract: Oxygen binding affinity of hemoglobin can be modulated by various natural and synthetic allosteric effectors. There is considerable interest in designing agents that produce low-affinity Hbs. Such agents have several potential clinical applications. The aim of this study is to show how a molecular docking strategy can be successfully used to investigate the inhibition mechanism of these synthetic compounds.
Summary: Oxygen binding affinity of hemoglobin can be modulated by various natural and synthetic allosteric effectors. There is considerable interest in designing agents that produce low-affinity Hbs.Report abuse »
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