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The SWISS-MODEL workspace: a web-based environment for protein structure homology modelling
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The SWISS-MODEL workspace is a web-based integrated service dedicated to protein structure homology modelling that assists and guides the user in building protein homology models at different levels of complexity.
SWISS-MODEL: an automated protein homology-modeling server
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The SWISS-MODEL server is under constant development to improve the successful implementation of expert knowledge into an easy-to-use server.
SWISS-MODEL: modelling protein tertiary and quaternary structure using evolutionary information
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The latest version of the SWISS-MODEL expert system for protein structure modelling is described, which makes extensive use of model quality estimation for selection of the most suitable templates and provides estimates of the expected accuracy of the resulting models.
SWISS-MODEL: homology modelling of protein structures and complexes
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An update to the SWISS-MODEL server is presented, which includes the implementation of a new modelling engine, ProMod3, and the introduction a new local model quality estimation method, QMEANDisCo.
The SWISS-MODEL Repository and associated resources
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The aim of the SWISS-MODEL Repository is to provide access to an up-to-date collection of annotated 3D protein models generated by automated homology modelling for all sequences in Swiss-Prot and for relevant models organisms.
Toward the estimation of the absolute quality of individual protein structure models
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The ability of the newly introduced QMEAN Z-score to detect experimentally solved protein structures containing significant errors, as well as to evaluate theoretical protein models is demonstrated.
QMEAN server for protein model quality estimation
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The QMEAN server provides access to two scoring functions successfully tested at the eighth round of the community-wide blind test experiment CASP, which derives a quality estimate on the basis of the geometrical analysis of single models and a weighted all-against-all comparison of the models from the ensemble provided by the user.
Protein structure homology modeling using SWISS-MODEL workspace
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Homology modeling aims to build three-dimensional protein structure models using experimentally determined structures of related family members as templates to generate reliable structural models and is routinely used in many biological applications.
Automated comparative protein structure modeling with SWISS‐MODEL and Swiss‐PdbViewer: A historical perspective
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The availability of structural information has significantly increased for many organisms as a direct consequence of the complementary nature of comparative protein modeling and experimental structure determination, which has a very positive and enabling impact on many different applications in biomedical research.
The Protein Model Portal—a comprehensive resource for protein structure and model information
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The PMP offers a unique interface to visualize structural coverage of a protein combining both theoretical models and experimental structures, allowing straightforward assessment of the model quality and hence their utility.
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