HELP!!! Protein Graphics!!
johnk at loglady.ninds.nih.gov
Wed Jan 25 16:02:03 EST 1995
In article <3g5b3v$r68 at lyra.csx.cam.ac.uk>, owde100 at bioc.cam.ac.uk (Orhan Ertughrul) writes:
|> In article <3g4ku9$83s at news.iastate.edu>, pedro at iastate.edu (Pedro M Coutinho) writes:
|> > Hi!
|> > In article <1995Jan24.173624.8430 at alw.nih.gov>, johnk at spasm.niddk.nih.gov (John Kuszewski) writes:
|> > |> In article <3g18fo$no3 at bigblue.oit.unc.edu>, fisher at radonc.unc.edu (Robert Fisher) writes:
|> > |> |> HELP!!!! I need to find a program that will generate PDB code if
|> > |> |> given a protein sequence.
|> > |>
|> > |> Aren't we all, brother, aren't we all.
|> > If you protein is homologous to one of the proteins present in the PDB
|> > why don't you try the Swiss-Model Server ? The URL is
|> > http://expasy.hcuge.ch/swissmod/SWISS-MODEL.html
|> > Take time to analyze the results but if you just need a quick
|> > structure of your protein this works fine!
|> > You get your model back in less than 30 minutes by email !...
|> Remember though that it is only a model! Sometimes it's possible
|> to miss things even in crystal structures because the crystal
|> latice may cause a protein to adopt a position that hides features.
|> Recently molecular dynamic work on a protein (I forget which one)
|> revealed a channel to the active site that wasn't obvious from
|> the crystal structure for the previous reason.
Of course, this is one thing that we NMR people don't have
to worry about ;-)
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