DrugBank ID: db00145
DrugCentral: glycine
Synonymous :aminoacetic acid | aminoessigsäure | aminoethanoic acid | glicina | gly | glycin | glycine | glycocoll | glykokoll | glyzin | leimzucker

Drug Sentece Context

Table 1. Analysis of context sentence of glycine gene in 16 abstracts.

pmid sentence
32083328 Position 723 in the COVID-2019 has a serine instead a glycine residue, while at aminoacidic position 1010 a proline instead an isoleucine.
32311094 Sequence analysis from 2310 viral isolates from Nexstrain reveals that residue at 614 of the viral spike protein is changed from a putative ancestral aspartic acid (D) to a glycine (G) between two viral clades.
32336957 The results revealed that the identified ORF1ab polyprotein belongs to a part of nonstructural protein 1 (nsp1) with the high antigenicity residues in a glycine-proline or hydrophobic amino acid rich domain.
32374903 The major mutation detected to date in the SARS-CoV-2 viral envelope spike protein, which is responsible for virus attachment to the host and is also the main target for host antibodies, is a mutation of an aspartate (D) at position 614 found frequently in Chinese strains to a glycine (G).
32532805 If this hypothesis is correct, hydroxychloroquine, spirulina (more specifically, its chromophore phycocyanobilin) and high-dose glycine may have practical potential for mitigating the elevated thrombotic risk associated with COVID-19.
32544884 The protocol starts with the construction of a hybrid peptidic scaffold by linking two fragments grafted from the interface of the hACE2 protein (a.a. 22-44 and 351-357) with a linker glycine, which is followed by the redesign and refinement simulations of the peptide sequence to optimize its binding affinity to the interface of the SARS-CoV-2 RBD.
32837536 We also propose that a glycine residue at the receptor-binding domain of the spike glycoprotein can have a critical role in permitting bat SARS-related coronaviruses to infect human cells.
32955901 Phenylalanine, tyrosine, glycine, lysine, and aspartic acid were found to be the headliner amino acids in the interactions between Arbidol and binding domains of spike glycoproteins in the SARS-CoV2 (Tab.
33083031 The ‘D614G’ mutation (Aspartate-to-Glycine change at position 614) of the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein has been speculated to adversely affect the efficacy of most vaccines and countermeasures that target this glycoprotein, necessitating frequent vaccine matching.
33184236 The spike aspartic acid-614 to glycine (D614G) substitution is prevalent in global severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) strains, but its effects on viral pathogenesis and transmissibility remain unclear.
33220921 Compared to the reference strain of SARS-CoV-2, the majority of currently circulating isolates possess an S protein variant characterized by an aspartic acid-to-glycine substitution at amino acid position 614 (D614G).
33402270 The emergence of a mutant strain of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) with an amino acid change from aspartate to a glycine residue at position 614 (D614G) has been reported and this mutant appears to be now dominant in the pandemic.
33497425 Our results suggest that RNA secondary structure may be affected and, consequently, the protein product changes T (threonine) to G (glycine) in position 50 of the protein. […] Mutation analysis revealed that the change from G (glycine) to D (aspartic acid) may confer a new function to the protein-binding activity, which in turn may be responsible for attaching the virus to human eukaryotic cells.
33498225 This potential is suggested on the basis of the emergence of an RGD (arginine-glycine-aspartate) sequence in the receptor-binding domain of the spike protein.
33506114 The second and the dominant variant, represented by 62%, showed aspartate a coil amino acid substitution to glycine an extracellular amino acid at D614G located in the spike recognition binding site. […] The third variant, represented by 5%, showed aspartate substitution to tyrosine at D1139Y, and the fourth variant, represented by 5% glycine substitution to serine at G1167S.
33587268 One prominent adaptive mutation is the asparagine-to-glycine substitution at amino acid position 614 in the viral spike protein (D614G), which has become dominant in the currently circulating virus strains.