Structure-based Ligand Discovery and Design
 
Dr. FAN Hao
Principal Investigator
fanhbii.a-star.edu.sg
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Group Members
 
NameTitle
Dr. FAN HaoPrincipal Investigator
Dr. LIN FuPostdoctoral Fellow
Mr. Krishna DeepakPostdoctoral Fellow
Dr. ZHAO LinaPostdoctoral Fellow
 
Research Overview

The broad goal is to develop computational techniques to effectively and accurately model protein-ligand interactions, so as to facilitate ligand discovery in pathway/superfamily/genome scale. A particular focus is the discovery of reagents to modulate proteins in cell signaling pathways such as GPCRs, transporters, and kinases.

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Selected Publications
 
  1. Quek DQ, Nguyen LN, Fan H, Silver DL.
    Structural insights into the transport mechanism of the human sodium-dependent lysophosphatidylcholine transporter Mfsd2a.
    J. Biol. Chem. 2016, 291:9383-9394.
    PMID: 26945070


  2. Rettenmaier TJ, Fan H, Karpiak J, Doak A, Sali A, Shoichet BK, Wells JA.
    Small-Molecule Allosteric Modulators of the Protein Kinase PDK1 from Structure-Based Docking.
    J. Med. Chem. 2015, 58:8285-8291.
    PMID: 26443011


  3. Hitchcock DS, Fan H, Kim J, Vetting M, Hillerich B, Seidel RD, Almo SC, Shoichet BK, Sali A, Raushel FM.
    Structure-guided discovery of new deaminase enzymes.
    J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2013, 135:13927-13933.
    PMID: 23968233


  4. Fan H, Hitchcock DS, Almo SC, Sali A, Raushel FM, Shoichet BK.
    Assignment of pterin deaminase activity to an enzyme of unknown function guided by homology modeling and docking.
    J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2013, 135:795-803.
    PMID: 23256477


  5. Fan H, Periole X, Mark AE.
    Mimicking the Action of Folding Chaperones by Hamiltonian Replica-Exchange Molecular Dynamics Simulations: Application in the Refinement of de novo Models.
    Proteins 2012, 80:1744-1754.
    PMID: 22411697


 
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