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From: Structural basis of RGD-hirudin binding to thrombin: Tyr3 and five C-terminal residues are crucial for inhibiting thrombin activity

Figure 2

Thrombin docked with RGD-hirudin. Thrombin is represented by its solvent-accessible surface, while hirudin is shown as a solid ribbon. (A) The best docking complex of RGD-hirudin and thrombin (pose 24). (B) Close-up of the region of the RGD-hirudin functional site in complex with thrombin. Residues of RGD-hirudin are in yellow. Residues of thrombin are in blue. Hydrogen bond interactions are indicated with dashed green lines.

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