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, Vitamin D views correspond to poses of the lowest energy clusters in VDW atom drawing, Ribbon diagram of the 3D structure of Cel-Pgp-1 showing the binding site of the two vitamin D compounds

, 3 structure and lateral view of D 3 pose (AutoDock binding energy:-8.68 kcal/mol)

, OH)D 3 structure and lateral view of 1 st cluster pose (binding energy:-8.76 kcal/mol) (TM1 bearing Q98 in red, p.25

, Detailed view of D 3 binding to Cel-Pgp-1, pointing out the H-bond and hydrophobic interactions engaged with residues on TM11 and TM12 helixes