PELIKAN is a software tool enabling rapid searching of spatial interaction patterns in large collections of protein-ligand complexes. Data from protein-ligand complexes is stored in an SQLite database which can be subject to different search processes.
The PELIKAN software package comes with a graphical user interface, providing dialogs to build SQLite databases from any set of protein-ligand complexes and allowing the convenient construction of 3D queries starting from a protein-ligand interface of interest or from scratch. The results of a search are shown in a 3D viewer. To get a quick impression, just visit our documentation page with a few short tutorial movies.
PELIKAN is a part of the AMD tools software bundle. Our software is free for evaluation purposes and academic use.
Below, precompiled PELIKAN databases containing all protein-ligand complexes of different datasets can be downloaded. Please note that these are large binary files in a propriatary database format, they can only be used with the PELIKAN software:
scPDB (version 2013, obtained from http://cheminfo.u-strasbg.fr/scPDB/) . Download here (~12 GB).
Complete PDB (accessed November 2016, obtained from www.rcsb.org) . Download here (~85 GB).
Kinases (kinase structures obtained from http://klifs.vu-compmedchem.nl) . Download here (~5.5 GB).
GPCRs (structures of GPCRs obtained from http://gpcrdb.org) . Download here (~ 210 MB).
PDB bind version 2014, general set (obtained from http://www.pdbbind-cn.org/) . Download here (~11.5 GB).
PDB bind version 2014, refined set (obtained from http://www.pdbbind-cn.org/) . Download here (~3.5 GB).
PDB bind version 2014, core set (obtained from http://www.pdbbind-cn.org/) . Download here (~285 MB).
HIV targets (structures of reverse transcriptases, proteases and integrases obtained from https://hivdb.stanford.edu/pages/3DStructures/) . Download here (~593 MB).
 T. Inhester, et al. (2017). Index-Based Searching of Interaction Patterns in Large Collections of Protein-Ligand Interfaces, Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling (2017) in print, DOI: http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/acs.jcim.6b00561
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 A.J. Kooistra et al. (2016). KLIFS: a structural kinase-ligand interaction database. Nucleic Acids Research (2016) 44: D365-D371.
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 Soo-Yon Rhee, et al. (2003). Human immunodeficiency virus reverse transcriptase and protease sequence database. Nucleic Acids Research, 31(1), 298-303.