Structure based on 2ho7

Ideal structure
Name: alpha-d-glucose-6-phosphate
Formula: C6 H13 O9 P
Weight: 260.136
SMILES: "O[CH]1O[CH](CO[P](O)(O)=O)[CH](O)[CH](O)[CH]1O"
Spacial conformation based on PDB 2ho7.
Also present in other 68 PDB entries.
RESIDUE   G6P     29
CONECT      C1     4 C2   O1   O5   H1  
CONECT      C2     4 C1   C3   O2   H2  
CONECT      C3     4 C2   C4   O3   H3  
CONECT      C4     4 C3   C5   O4   H4  
CONECT      C5     4 C4   C6   O5   H5  
CONECT      C6     4 C5   O6   H61  H62 
CONECT      O1     2 C1   HO1 
CONECT      O2     2 C2   HO2 
CONECT      O3     2 C3   HO3 
CONECT      O4     2 C4   HO4 
CONECT      O5     2 C1   C5  
CONECT      O6     2 C6   P   
CONECT      P      4 O6   O1P  O2P  O3P 
CONECT      O1P    2 P    HO1P
CONECT      O2P    2 P    HO2P
CONECT      O3P    1 P   
CONECT      H1     1 C1  
CONECT      H2     1 C2  
CONECT      H3     1 C3  
CONECT      H4     1 C4  
CONECT      H5     1 C5  
CONECT      H61    1 C6  
CONECT      H62    1 C6  
CONECT      HO1    1 O1  
CONECT      HO2    1 O2  
CONECT      HO3    1 O3  
CONECT      HO4    1 O4  
CONECT      HO1P   1 O1P 
CONECT      HO2P   1 O2P 
HET    G6P             29
HETSYN     G6P ALPHA-D-GLUCOSE-6-PHOSPHATE; 6-O-phosphono-alpha-D-gluc
HETSYN   2 G6P ose; 6-O-phosphono-D-glucose; 6-O-phosphono-glucose
HETNAM     G6P 6-O-phosphono-alpha-D-glucopyranose
FORMUL      G6P    C6 H13 O9 P1

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