homology tools

Claude Aflalo aflaloc at BGUMAIL.BGU.AC.IL
Thu Jul 13 02:00:16 EST 1995


On Thu, 13 Jul 1995, Rick Venable wrote:

> I'm looking for recommendations for protein homology modeling software for
> Unix workstations, preferably available as source code, perhaps for a modest
> fee; I'm particularly interested in "threading", but have no preconceptions
> about the best approach.  I'm much more interested in academic packages than
> commercial software at this point.
> 
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> 

Hello Rick,
Try the following (free licence for academy):
anonymous ftp 
ftp.biochem.ucl.ac.uk
cd pub/THREADER

Jones D.T., Taylor W.R. & Thornton J.M. (1992) "A new approach to protein
fold recognition." Nature. 358:86-89

Jones D.T. & Thornton, J.M. (1993) J. Comp. Mol. Design 7:439-456

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