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Library to interact with Kripo fragment, fingerprint and similarity data files.
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Kripo DB







Library to interact with Kripo fragment, fingerprint and similarity data files.

KRIPO stands for Key Representation of Interaction in POckets, see reference for more information.

Glossary

  • Pocket, binding site of the ligand in the protein of a crystal structure
  • Fragment, part of the ligand
  • Subpocket, part of the protein pocket which binds with the fragment
  • Fingerprint, fingerprint of structure-based pharmacophore of subpocket
  • Similarity matrix, similarities between all fingerprint pairs calculated using the modified tanimoto similarity index
  • Kripo fragment identifier, used as identifier for fragment, subpocket and fingerprint

Install

Requirements:

  • RDKit, http://www.rdkit.org/docs/Install.html, to read SDF files and generate smile strings from molecules
  • pip, version 8.0.0 or greater, for wheel support
  • git, to clone kripodb repository during installation
pip install -U setuptools
pip install numpy
pip install git+https://github.com/3D-e-Chem/kripodb.git

Usage

To see available commands

kripodb --help

Create all

Commands to create all data files see update documentation.

Search for most similar fragments

Command to find fragments most similar to 3kxm_K74_frag1 fragment.

kripodb similar sim_all.h5 3kxm_K74_frag1 --cutoff 0.45

Create similarity matrix from text files

Commands to create similarity matrix see update documentation.

Data sets

Example

An example data set included in the data/ directory of this repo. See data/README.md for more information.

GPCR

All fragments based on GPCR proteins compared with all proteins in PDB.

  • kripo.gpcrandhits.sqlite - Fragments sqlite database
  • kripo.gpcr.h5 - HDF5 file with similarity matrix

The data set has been published at

Protein Data Bank

All fragments form all proteins-ligand complexes in PDB compared with all.

A data set with PDB entries till 23 December 2015 has been published at

KNIME

The Knime-KripoDB-example.zip file is an example workflow showing how to use KripoDB python package inside KNIME (http://www.knime.org).
It can be run by importing it into KNIME.
Make sure the Python used by KNIME is the same as the Python with kripodb package installed.

The https://github.com/3D-e-Chem/knime-kripodb repo adds KripoDB code templates to KNIME.

Development of KripoDB

Install the development deps with:

pip install -r requirements.txt

Docker

Create image

docker build -t 3dechem/kripodb .

Run container

Show the kripodb help with

docker run --rm 3dechem/kripodb kripodb --help

To calculate the mean bit density of the fingerprints in the fingerprints.sqlite file in the current working directory use following command.

docker run --rm -u $UID -v $PWD:/data 3dechem/kripodb kripodb meanbitdensity /data/fingerprints.sqlite

Web service

The Kripo data files can be queried using a web service.

Start webservice with:

kripodb serve data/similarities.h5 data/fragments.sqlite data/pharmacophores.h5

It will print the urls for the swagger spec and UI.

Note! The webservice returns a limited amount of results. To get all results use local files.

On http://3d-e-chem.vu-compmedchem.nl/kripodb/ui/ there is a KripoDB webservice with the full PDB fragment all vs all matrix.

Documentation

API and data update pipeline documentation can be found at http://kripodb.readthedocs.io/en/latest/.

Reference

KRIPO – a structure-based pharmacophores approach explains polypharmacological effects;
Tina Ritschel, Tom JJ Schirris, and Frans GM Russel; J Cheminform. 2014; 6(Suppl 1): O26;
Published online 2014 Mar 11; http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/1758-2946-6-S1-O26

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