Protein threading programs

Nicolas Le Novere nl223 at cus.cam.ac.uk
Wed Oct 11 02:54:44 EST 2000


"Richard P. Grant" wrote:

> I know there are excellent threading programs which will take your
> protein and compare it with all known structures, and programs that will
> take two structures and compare them, but what I want is a program that
> will take a protein sequence and attempt to thread it through a single
> known structure.
> 
>  What will do this, please?

Any threading program. You just construct a template database containing 
only one structure, see for instance THREADER:
http://globin.bio.warwick.ac.uk/~jones/threader.html

In addition some graphical environments allow interactive threading, for 
instance SWISSPDBVIEWER:
http://www.expasy.ch/spdbv/

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Dr Nicolas Le Novère
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