A ligand-centered graph (LCG) is a graph that considers all chains a ligand is in contact with. One such graph exists for every ligand of a PDB file (not for every chain). Ligand-centered graphs always show the helices, strands and ligands of all considered chains.
Note that ligands-centered graphs are required only for a subset of the ligands in the PTGL. For single chain proteins, or ligands which only have contacts to SSEs from
the same chain, the albelig (alpha-beta-ligand) protein graph (PG) is identical to the ligand-centered graph. In such a case, a link to the albelig graph is provided.
Enter the PDB identifier you are interested in below to see one ligand-centered graph for each ligand of that protein.