CFam Chemical Families Database
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CFam Family Information

CFAM Family ID CFFBM20904
Family Name Reverse transcriptase/RNaseH inhibitor AC1L9WPU family
No. of Seeds 1 No. of Other Members 1
Family Centroid CFAMM00457593 Functional Category Bioactive
Superfamily Reverse transcriptase/RNaseH and Survival motor neuron protein Binder Superfamily
Class Class 322

Cousin Family NamesSeedsMembers
Prostaglandin G/H synthase 2 Inhibitor Diflunisal Family 7 421
Beta adrenergic receptor Ligand Levobunolol Family 6 133
Vitamin K epoxide reductase complex subunit 1 Inhibitor Warfar... 9 508
Ipriflavone family 62 2480
Agrimophol family 10 22
Steryl-sulfatase Inhibitor Stx 64 Family 7 160
Amine oxidase [flavin-containing] B Inhibitor 3-(4-methoxyphen... 3 29
Prostaglandin G/H synthase 2 Inhibitor 3,4-dibenzyloxy-2'-hydr... 7 40


CFAM Mol ID

External ID

Functional Category

Molecule Name

CFAMM00457593 CHEMBL133772 Bioactive AC1L9WPU

Statistics of CFAM Database

 
CFAM currently contains 490,279 molecules in 87,136 families, 34,880 superfamilies and 11,643 classes.
 

How to cite our database

 
C. Zhang, L. Tao, C. Qin, P. Zhang, S.Y. Chen, X. Zeng, F. Xu, Z. Chen, S.Y. Yang and Y.Z. CFam: A Chemical Families Database Based on Iterative Selection of Functional Seeds and Seed-Directed Compound Clustering. Nucl. Acids Res. 43 (D1): D558-D565 (2015) (First published online: November 20, 2014).
 

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