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Figure 1: (a) A 3D representation of the docked pose compound acetohydroxamic acid (AHA) within the active site of the urease enzyme (PDB code 1E9Y). The binding site is represented according to the solvent accessible surface (SAS) and as shown, it is away from the solvent accessible area. Docked compound is shown with carbon atoms in gray and the Ni + 2 ion with gray spheres (b) A 2D interaction map showing the interaction between AHA and the active site of the enzyme. Residues are colored according to their type of reaction with the ligand. The interactions are shown as dashed lines

Figure 1: (a) A 3D representation of the docked pose compound acetohydroxamic acid (AHA) within the active site of the urease enzyme (PDB code 1E9Y). The binding site is represented according to the solvent accessible surface (SAS) and as shown, it is away from the solvent accessible area. Docked compound is shown with carbon atoms in gray and the Ni<sup> + 2</sup> ion with gray spheres (b) A 2D interaction map showing the interaction between AHA and the active site of the enzyme. Residues are colored according to their type of reaction with the ligand. The interactions are shown as dashed lines