Recognizing structural conservation

G.J. Barton mbgjb at s-crim1.dl.ac.uk
Thu Sep 15 06:54:32 EST 1994


In article <1994Sep14.161812.1843 at ktl.fi>, aairaksinen at ktl.fi writes:
|> Is there / is anyone aware of a program that can recognize structurally
|> conserved regions in proteins? The input should be something like two 
|> PDB files.
|> Thanks,
|> A

There are several programs around to do this sort of thing.  Usually referred to 
"structural alignment" or "structure comparison".  

Our package STAMP which will align protein 3D structures and give
a measure of reliability to the equivalenced residues.  See the README file
on the our ftp server, or go via the WWW.

Geoff. Barton

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