KINARI-Web: a server for protein rigidity analysis

  title={KINARI-Web: a server for protein rigidity analysis},
  author={N. Fox and F. Jagodzinski and Yang Li and I. Streinu},
  journal={Nucleic Acids Research},
  pages={W177 - W183}
  • N. Fox, F. Jagodzinski, +1 author I. Streinu
  • Published 2011
  • Biology, Computer Science, Medicine
  • Nucleic Acids Research
  • KINARI-Web is an interactive web server for performing rigidity analysis and visually exploring rigidity properties of proteins. It also provides tools for pre-processing the input data, such as selecting relevant chains from PDB files, adding hydrogen atoms and identifying stabilizing interactions. KINARI-Web offers a quick-start option for beginners, and highly customizable features for the experienced user. Chains, residues or atoms, as well as stabilizing constraints can be selected… CONTINUE READING
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