Prostaglandin E synthase

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Human PGES complex with inhibitor and glutathione (PDB code 4yl0)

3D Structures of prostaglandin E synthase

Updated on 15-August-2019

3dww, 4al0, 4wab, 4bpm – hPGES-1 + glutathione – human
4al1 – hPGES-1 + glutathione analog
5bqg, 5bqh, 5bqi, 5k0i, 5t36, 5t37, 5tl9, 4yk5, 4yl0, 4yl1, 4yl3 – hPGES-1 + glutathione + inhibitor
1z9h – MaPGES-2 + indomethacin – Macaque
2pbj – MaPGES-2 + heme + glutathione

References

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  2. Kudo I, Murakami M. Prostaglandin E synthase, a terminal enzyme for prostaglandin E2 biosynthesis. J Biochem Mol Biol. 2005 Nov 30;38(6):633-8. PMID:16336776
  3. Murakami M, Kudo I. Prostaglandin E synthase: a novel drug target for inflammation and cancer. Curr Pharm Des. 2006;12(8):943-54. PMID:16533161
  4. Luz JG, Antonysamy S, Kuklish SL, Condon B, Lee MR, Allison D, Yu XP, Chandrasekhar S, Backer R, Zhang A, Russell M, Chang SS, Harvey A, Sloan AV, Fisher MJ. Crystal Structures of mPGES-1 Inhibitor Complexes Form a Basis for the Rational Design of Potent Analgesic and Anti-Inflammatory Therapeutics. J Med Chem. 2015 May 20. PMID:25961169 doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b00330

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