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Interactions between large biomolecules and smaller bio-active ligands are usually studied through a process called docking. Its aim is to find an energetically favorable orientation of a ligand within an active site of a biomolecule. Chemical reactions take place in active site and the role of the ligand is either to speed up, slow down or change the(More)
We evaluate the applicability of automated molecular docking techniques and quantum mechanical calculations to the construction of a set of structures of enzyme-substrate complexes for use in Comparative binding energy (COMBINE) analysis to obtain 3D structure-activity relationships. The data set studied consists of the complexes of eighteen substrates(More)
We present a generic system for utilization of application programs in the EGEE Grid environment–the CHARON system. Charon was developed by computational chemistry community in the Czech Republic to provide easily manageable, comfortable, and modular environment to fulfill specific requirements of computational chemistry application users. It currently(More)
Binding of fatty acids to cryptogein, the proteinaceous elicitor from Phytophthora, was studied by using molecular docking and quantitative structure-activity relationships analysis. Fatty acids bind to the groove located inside the cavity of cryptogein. The structure-activity model was constructed for the set of 27 different saturated and unsaturated fatty(More)
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