InterEvDock: a docking server to predict the structure of protein–protein interactions using evolutionary information

@inproceedings{Yu2016InterEvDockAD,
  title={InterEvDock: a docking server to predict the structure of protein–protein interactions using evolutionary information},
  author={Jinchao Yu and Marek Vavrusa and Jessica Andreani and Julien Rey and Pierre Tuff{\'e}ry and Rapha{\"e}l Gu{\'e}rois},
  booktitle={Nucleic Acids Research},
  year={2016}
}
The structural modeling of protein-protein interactions is key in understanding how cell machineries cross-talk with each other. Molecular docking simulations provide efficient means to explore how two unbound protein structures interact. InterEvDock is a server for protein docking based on a free rigid-body docking strategy. A systematic rigid-body docking search is performed using the FRODOCK program and the resulting models are re-scored with InterEvScore and SOAP-PP statistical potentials… CONTINUE READING

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