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In general, using the surface topology of a group of ligands that all exhibit effector quality (agonist or antagonist) can be overlapped and the contours of all molecules averaged into a union surface. This union surface of a ligand is expected to be complementary to the surface mold of the corresponding binding site on the receptor or enzyme. In complex structures the distribution and combination of physical properties used to search for similarity (complementarity) is large. Modeling structures of ligands in different ways and superimposing different structures with similar affinity exposes the critical fragment or overall similarity of these fragments. The critical fragment of an antagonist/agonist structure is called the pharmacophore. The classical stick and ball model of chemical structures allows to overlap the bond structures and identify these critical segments, often single atoms, in ligands. In many cases ligand receptor interaction is not necessarily mediated by the entire ligand structure, but by ligand points or critical fragments, the pharmacophore. Thus when analyzing existing data of antagonist and agonist structures, it becomes clear why compounds belonging to very different classes of chemicals so often act on the same target proteins.
Hatching birds, amphibian and egg-laying reptiles have an egg-tooth used to start an exit hole in the hard eggshell.