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Entry Information
PDB ID1yc5
Complex TypeProtein-Ligand
PDBbind Subsetgeneral set
Protein Namenad-dependent deacetylase
Ligand NameNCA
EC.Number E.C.
Resolution 1.4(Å)
Affinity (Kd/Ki/IC50)IC50=1.0mM
Release Year2005
Protein/NA SequenceCheck fasta file
Primary ReferenceMol.Cell v17 pp. 855-68, 2005
Ligand Properties
Formula C6H6N2O
Molecular Weight 122.125
Exact Mass 122.048
No. of atoms 15
No. of bonds 15
Polar Surface Area 55.98
LOGP Value -0.27      (Computed with XLOGP3)
0.88      (Computed with Open Babel)
Drug likenessNo. of Hydrogen Bond Donors: 1
No. of Hydrogen Bond Acceptors: 2
No. of Rotatable Bonds: 1
No. of Nitrogen and Oxygen Atoms: 3
No. of Rings: 1
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InChI String

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UniProtKB ACUniProt accession number (AC): Q9WYW0  P04637  
Entrez Gene IDNCBI Entrez Gene ID: 897531  7157  
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