Protein-Ligand Interactions

jonathan eisen jeisen at leland.Stanford.EDU
Wed Aug 3 18:30:25 EST 1994


In article <81679.ewright at fox.nstn.ns.ca>,
Edwin Wright <ewright at FOX.NSTN.CA> wrote:
>Can anyone suggest a good reference on protein-ligand interactions from the
>perspective of molecular evolution?
>
>Regards,
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There was an article in Nature (Moyle, et al. Nature 368:251-5) this spring
which touches on this. 

There's also been a lot of stuff written about, for example, the influenza
A hemagglutinin sialic-acid binding site, as well as many other virus
binding sites. 

Can you be more specific about what you're looking for. Too many things come
to mind.


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