Submission MAT-POS-1f3f1a6f

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Hi Matt,

The dihydrouracil scaffold looks to be able to fit more easily into the binding site than the hydantoin scaffold (discussed here and there’s a pdb file with some proposed binding modes associated with the PET-UNK-4dc48bbe submission). Chloro substitution is typically associated with loss of aqueous solubility and this is a factor that you might wish to consider if aqueous solubility is an issue. One question that @edgriffen may be able to use matched molecular pair analysis to address is whether a second chloro substitution results in a greater reduction in aqueous solubility than the first chloro substitution.