Molecular Vibration-Activity Relationship in the Agonism of Adenosine Receptors

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Hyun Keun Chee ; S. June Oh (2013)
  • Publisher: Korea Genome Organization
  • Journal: Genomics & Informatics, volume 11, issue 4, pages 282-288 (issn: 1598-866X, eissn: 2234-0742)
  • Related identifiers: pmc: PMC3897858, doi: 10.5808/GI.2013.11.4.282
  • Subject: Original Article | QH426-470 | Genetics | molecular descriptor | purinergic P1 receptors | G-protein-coupled receptors | corralled intensity of molecular vibrational frequency | molecular vibration-activity relationship

The molecular vibration-activity relationship in the receptor-ligand interaction of adenosine receptors was investigated by structure similarity, molecular vibration, and hierarchical clustering in a dataset of 46 ligands of adenosine receptors. The resulting dendrogram was compared with those of another kind of fingerprint or descriptor. The dendrogram result produced by corralled intensity of molecular vibrational frequency outperformed four other analyses in the current study of adenosine receptor agonism and antagonism. The tree that was produced by clustering analysis of molecular vibration patterns showed its potential for the functional classification of adenosine receptor ligands.
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