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Figure 2: Binding mode of terpineol with H. pylori urease. (a) A 3D representation of the docked pose of terpineol within urease active site, the binding site is represented as hydrophilic area (blue is positively charged and brown is hydrophobic areas). Terpineol is in balls and sticks, carbons colored green, and Ni+2 colored in dark gray.(b) 2D interaction map showing the different interactions between terpineol and the active site as dashed line, residues are colored according to their type of interaction with the ligand

Figure 2: Binding mode of terpineol with <i>H. pylori</i> urease. (a) A 3D representation of the docked pose of terpineol within urease active site, the binding site is represented as hydrophilic area (blue is positively charged and brown is hydrophobic areas). Terpineol is in balls and sticks, carbons colored green, and Ni<sup>+2</sup> colored in dark gray.(b) 2D interaction map showing the different interactions between terpineol and the active site as dashed line, residues are colored according to their type of interaction with the ligand