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TargetCarbonic anhydrase 9
LigandBDBM26193
Substrate/CompetitorBDBM10856
Meas. Tech.CA Inhibition Assay
Ki 78700±n/a nM
Citation Innocenti, AVullo, DScozzafava, ASupuran, CT Carbonic anhydrase inhibitors: inhibition of mammalian isoforms I-XIV with a series of substituted phenols including paracetamol and salicylic acid. Bioorg Med Chem16:7424-8 (2008) [PubMed]  Article
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Carbonic anhydrase 9
Name:Carbonic anhydrases; II & IX
Synonyms:CA-IX | Carbonate dehydratase IX | Carbonic anhydrase 9 (CA IX) | Carbonic anhydrase 9 (CAIX) | Carbonic anhydrase 9 precursor | Carbonic anhydrase IX (CA IX) | Carbonic anhydrase IX (CAIX) | Membrane antigen MN | RCC-associated antigen G250
Type:Enzyme
Mol. Mass.:49669.03
Organism:Homo sapiens (Human)
Description:Catalytic domain of human cloned isozyme was used in the assay
Residue:459
Sequence:
MAPLCPSPWLPLLIPAPAPGLTVQLLLSLLLLVPVHPQRLPRMQEDSPLGGGSSGEDDPL
GEEDLPSEEDSPREEDPPGEEDLPGEEDLPGEEDLPEVKPKSEEEGSLKLEDLPTVEAPG
DPQEPQNNAHRDKEGDDQSHWRYGGDPPWPRVSPACAGRFQSPVDIRPQLAAFCPALRPL
ELLGFQLPPLPELRLRNNGHSVQLTLPPGLEMALGPGREYRALQLHLHWGAAGRPGSEHT
VEGHRFPAEIHVVHLSTAFARVDEALGRPGGLAVLAAFLEEGPEENSAYEQLLSRLEEIA
EEGSETQVPGLDISALLPSDFSRYFQYEGSLTTPPCAQGVIWTVFNQTVMLSAKQLHTLS
DTLWGPGDSRLQLNFRATQPLNGRVIEASFPAGVDSSPRAAEPVQLNSCLAAGDILALVF
GLLFAVTSVAFLVQMRRQHRRGTKGGVSYRPAEVAETGA
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BDBM26193
NameBDBM26193
Synonyms:2-Hydroxybenzoate, I | 2-hydroxybenzoic acid | CHEMBL424 | phenol derivative, 7 | salicylic acid
TypeSmall organic molecule
Emp. Form.C7H6O3
Mol. Mass.138.1207
SMILESOC(=O)c1ccccc1O
Structure
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BDBM10856
NameBDBM10856
Synonyms:Carbon Dioxide | methanedione
TypeSmall organic molecule
Emp. Form.CO2
Mol. Mass.44.0095
SMILESO=C=O
Structure
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