What are the important points when designing a ligand?

When designing a ligand in order to introduce a functional group for the parent compound of the protein you seek to identify, because the protein which will be purified varies depending on the location where the function group is introduced, it is recommended that receptor identification tests be performed by binding multiple ligands at different linker binding locations on the same parent compound. In the event that there is no functional group capable of binding to the ligand, it is necessary to change the chemical structure of the compound itself.

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