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The red lines are used for the predicted interactions and the thickness of edges indicate the confidence score of predictions.

Data source: DrugBank-all; Query type: chemical; # of requested predictions: 20; Secondary interactions: no
Input drug 1: DB00276
No. Group Type Drug ID Drug Name SMILES
⇨ TargetHunter
1 Approved;
SmallMoleculeDrug DB00276 Amsacrine Thumb

4 known interactions (targets) of input drug (DB00276): Amsacrine
No. Gene UniProt ID Protein Name Pathway PDB
1 ORM1 P02763 Alpha-1-acid glycoprotein 1 NA 3KQ0
2 TOP2A P11388 DNA topoisomerase 2-alpha hsa01524 4G0U; 1LWZ; 1ZXM; 1ZXN; 4FM9; 4R1F
3 ALB P02768 Serum albumin hsa04918
4 KCNH2 Q12809 Potassium voltage-gated channel subfamily H member 2 NA 1BYW; 1UJL; 2L0W; 2L1M; 2L4R; 2LE7; 4HP9; 4HQA

20 predicted interactions (targets) of input drug (DB00276): Amsacrine
No. Gene UniProt ID Protein Name Pathway PDB Confidence score
1 ORM2 P19652 Alpha-1-acid glycoprotein 2 NA 3APU; 3APV; 3APW; 3APX 33.6%
2 CALM1 P0DP23 Calmodulin NA 22.9%
3 SCN5A Q14524 Sodium channel protein type 5 subunit alpha hsa04261 2KBI; 2L53; 4DCK; 4DJC; 4JQ0; 4OVN 22.7%
4 ADRA1D P25100 Alpha-1D adrenergic receptor hsa04020; hsa04022; hsa04080; hsa04261; hsa04270; hsa04970 NA 22.6%
5 HRH3 Q9Y5N1 Histamine H3 receptor hsa04080 NA 22.1%
6 NR3C1 P04150 Glucocorticoid receptor hsa04080 1M2Z; 1NHZ; 1P93; 3BQD; 3CLD; 3E7C; 3H52; 3K22; 3K23; 4CSJ; 4HN5; 4HN6; 4LSJ; 4MDD; 4P6W; 4P6X 21.7%
7 SLC6A4 P31645 Sodium-dependent serotonin transporter hsa04726 NA 21.2%
8 ADRA1B P35368 Alpha-1B adrenergic receptor hsa04020; hsa04022; hsa04080; hsa04261; hsa04270; hsa04970 NA 21.0%
9 ADRB3 P13945 Beta-3 adrenergic receptor hsa04020; hsa04022; hsa04080; hsa04714; hsa04923; hsa04924; hsa04970 2CDW 20.6%
10 PDK2 Q15119 [Pyruvate dehydrogenase (acetyl-transferring)] kinase isozyme 2, mitochondrial NA 2BTZ; 2BU2; 2BU5; 2BU6; 2BU7; 2BU8; 4MP2; 4MP7; 4MPC; 4MPE; 4MPN; 4V25; 4V26 20.2%
11 ADRB1 P08588 Beta-1 adrenergic receptor hsa04020; hsa04022; hsa04024; hsa04080; hsa04261; hsa04540; hsa04923; hsa04924; hsa04970; hsa05414 2LSQ 20.1%
12 KCND3 Q9UK17 Potassium voltage-gated channel subfamily D member 3 NA 1S1G; 2NZ0 19.9%
13 SHBG P04278 Sex hormone-binding globulin NA 1D2S; 1F5F; 1KDK; 1KDM; 1LHN; 1LHO; 1LHU; 1LHV; 1LHW 19.8%
14 ADRA1A P35348 Alpha-1A adrenergic receptor hsa04020; hsa04022; hsa04080; hsa04152; hsa04261; hsa04270; hsa04970 NA 19.0%
15 SCN4A P35499 Sodium channel protein type 4 subunit alpha NA NA 18.5%
16 SLCO1B3 Q9NPD5 Solute carrier organic anion transporter family member 1B3 hsa04976 NA 17.5%
17 PPARG P37231 Peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor gamma hsa03320; hsa04152; hsa04211; hsa04380; hsa04714; hsa05016; hsa05200; hsa05202; hsa05216
1FM6; 1FM9; 1I7I; 1K74; 1KNU; 1NYX; 1PRG; 1RDT; 1WM0; 1ZEO; 1ZGY; 2ATH; 2F4B; 2FVJ; 2G0G; 2G0H; 2GTK; 2HFP; 2HWQ; 2HWR; 2I4J; 2I4P; 2I4Z; 2OM9; 2P4Y; 2POB; 2PRG; 2Q59; 2Q5P; 2Q5S; 2Q61; 2Q6R; 2Q6S; 2Q8S; 2QMV; 2VSR; 2VST; 2VV0; 2VV1; 2VV2; 2VV3; 2VV4; 2XKW; 2YFE; 2ZK0; 2ZK1; 2ZK2; 2ZK3; 2ZK4; 2ZK5; 2ZK6; 2ZNO; 2ZVT; 3ADS; 3ADT; 3ADU; 3ADV; 3ADW; 3ADX; 3AN3; 3AN4; 3B0Q; 3B0R; 3B1M; 3B3K; 3BC5; 3CDP; 3CDS; 3CS8; 3CWD; 3D6D; 3DZU; 3DZY; 3E00; 3ET0; 3ET3; 3FEJ; 3FUR; 3G9E; 3GBK; 3H0A; 3HO0; 3HOD; 3IA6; 3K8S; 3KMG; 3LMP; 3NOA; 3OSI; 3OSW; 3PBA; 3PO9; 3PRG; 3QT0; 3R5N; 3R8A; 3R8I; 3S9S; 3SZ1; 3T03; 3TY0; 3U9Q; 3V9T; 3V9V; 3V9Y; 3VJH; 3VJI; 3VN2; 3VSO; 3VSP; 3WJ4; 3WJ5; 3WMH; 3X1H; 3X1I; 4A4V; 4A4W; 4CI5; 4E4K; 4E4Q; 4EM9; 4EMA; 4F9M; 4FGY; 4HEE; 4JAZ; 4JL4; 4L96; 4L98; 4O8F; 4OJ4; 4PRG; 4PVU; 4PWL; 4R2U; 4R6S; 4XLD; 4XTA; 4XUM; 4Y29
18 PLA2G2E Q9NZK7 Group IIE secretory phospholipase A2 hsa00564; hsa00565; hsa00590; hsa00591; hsa00592; hsa01100; hsa04014; hsa04270; hsa04972; hsa04975 NA 16.9%
19 NCOA1 Q15788 Nuclear receptor coactivator 1 hsa04915; hsa04919; hsa05200; hsa05224 16.7%
20 HRH1 P35367 Histamine H1 receptor hsa04020; hsa04080; hsa04750 3RZE 16.0%


Reference:  Hongchun Li, Fen Pei, D. Lansing Taylor and Ivet Bahar. (2020) QuartataWeb: Integrated Chemical–Protein-Pathway Mapping for Polypharmacology and Chemogenomics. Bioinformatics 36(12), 3935–3937.


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