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  • The AChBP displays a large amount of homology to the amino terminal of LGIC receptors and thus may be similar in structure [ 20 24 ] . The crystal structure of this protein reveals a loose 3 residue turn incorporating the conserved glycine residue [ 24 ] . Homologous residues in other LGIC subunits have also been identified and are shown in Figure 1. The residues identified in this study as altering binding affinity of 5-HT 3 R ligands would also be present on the same surface if this structure is present in the 5-HT 3 R. While Y140 lies somewhat outside the region identified by Chiara in the nAChR (homologous to γN107), γL109 and γL119 are homologous to Y142 and Y152 of the 5-HT 3AS R. The ability of lerisetron to interact with both Y142 and Y152 also supports the hypothesis that these two amino acids are present in a loop structure since the eight intervening residues would position Y142 and Y152 too far apart to permit them both to interact with a single ligand even if they were interacting with functional groups on opposite ends of the molecule.

  • and shown for the AChBP is present in the 5-HT 3 R, then Y140, Y142 and Y152 would be present on the same side of the sheet and all three would be capable of extending into the binding site.

  • To address further the specificity of this ligand candidate, we docked it, as previously described, to the other three nAChRs subtypes studied in this work, as well as to the crystal structure of AChBP, and calculated the corresponding binding energies (Table 1bottom).

  • All nAChR residues within 7A of the putative AChBP binding pocket described by Brejc et al.

  • Sequence alignment of mouse 5-HT 3 AR, α7 nAchR and AChBP result in alignment of the proposed D and E loop of the 5-HT 3 AR with corresponding regions of the α7 nAchR and AChBP.

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