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Type_inhibitor Report for: Purine

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Purine is a heterocyclic aromatic organic compound that consists of two rings (pyrimidine and imidazole) fused together. It is water-soluble. In nucleic acids, two types of nucleobases are purine derivatives: guanine (G) and adenine (A). Building block for many inhibitors of enzymes

Inhibitor nameFormulaStructure
6Z8C19H23BrN6O2
75L-5T4EC27H31N9O
75N-5T4BC26H27N9O
BDPXC18H22N6O2
CHEMBL3687984C21H21FN8O2
CaffeineC8H10N4O2
LinagliptinC25H28N8O2
Xanthine-inhibitor-4C20H23N7O2
ZeatinC10H13N5O
thio-NADC21H27N7O13P2S

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