Ellman libraries

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This is about the Ellman libraries of tetrahydropyridines for docking. The files are stored in /nfs/db/eldock/ and are ready for immediate docking with DOCK 3.7. (db2.gz format). Each compound can be made using three commercially available building blocks:

  • an amine or aniline
  • an alkyne
  • a propenal (Michael acceptor)

All libraries so far are cut strictly at 3.5 LogP. In the name, the first letter give the reagent-basis:

  • A = aniline based
  • M = aMine based
  • T = tert-alkyne + amine based

The second letter gives the reaction #, 1 2 or 3, using Ellman's scheme.

The third letter is R or S and corresponds to the two enantiomers that can be made.

The fourth and fifth characters specify the mwt maximum, thus 30= < 300. 35 = 300-350 and 40 = 350 - 400

The chunking of molecules is very fine, arguably too fine, to allow for parallel docking. 0 = ref. 1=mid

The format of the files is /nfs/db/eldock/<LIBRARY>/<level1>/<level1>-<level2>-{ref|mid}.db2.gz

where level1 is of the form x? and is meaningless. level2 is typically of the form x?? and also meaningless.

The library names are as follows:

Aniline based

  • A1R30
  • A1S30
  • A3R30
  • A3S30

Amine based

  • M1R30
  • M1S30
  • M2R30
  • M2S30
  • M3R30
  • M3S30

Tert-alkyne / amine based

  • T1R30
  • T1S30
  • T3R30
  • T3S30

When you get a hit, to work backward to the ingredients to make the compound

In each of the above directories, there is a "key" file, which maps SMILES to Ellman code to the three building blocks used to make it.

Say for instance that the molecule T3S3000000000013 scores well in docking. The first five letters give you the directory, thus "T3S30". This tells you it is a tert-alkyne / amine based version of reaction 3, it is the "S" enantiomer, and it is 300 amu or less.

To find the ZINC codes you can do grep T3S3000000000013 /nfs/db/eldock/T3S30/T3S30.key.txt which gives you

CNC(C)(C)[C@@H]1[C@@H](C)C=C(C)CN1Cc1ccc(N)nc1	T3S3000000000013	ZINC000026895568.ZINC000001586526.ZINC000104617551

so now you know which three molecules you need to buy to make it.

Current Status

  • M2R35 - running
  • T1S35, T1R35 - built first time March 19
  • M2S30, M2R30 - rebuild March 18
  • M3S30, M3R30 - rebuilt March 13.
  • M1S30, M1R30 Jan 24 - Feb 2

old pipeline:

  • A3S30, A3R30 Dec 12
  • A1S30, A1R30 Nov 29
  • T3S30, T3R30, T1S30, T1R30 Nov 29