<p>(A) Parallel screening against WT and MDR NAs. Compounds of the compound library were docked into both NAs using GEMDOCK. (B) Characterization of the mutant subsite by site-moiety map analysis. In the NA site-moiety map, the hydrogen-bonding anchor (colored green) represents a polar environment interacting with polar moieties. (C) Selection of potential anti-resistance inhibitors. Compounds that simultaneously matched characteristics of the 5 subsites for the WT and MDR NAs were selected. (D) Bioassay for verifying the effects of selected compounds on WT and MDR NAs.</p
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