Structural bioinformatics SEABED: Small molEcule activity scanner weB


Motivation: The SEABED web server integrates a variety of docking and QSAR techniques in a user-friendly environment. SEABED goes beyond the basic docking and QSAR web tools and implements extended functionalities like receptor preparation, library editing, flexible ensemble docking, hybrid docking/QSAR experiments or virtual screening on protein mutants. SEABED is not a monolithic workflow tool but Software as a Service platform. Availability and implementation: SEABED is a free web server available at SEABED. No registration is required. Contact: Supplementary information: Supplementary data are available at Bioinformatics online.

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@inproceedings{baseD2015StructuralBS, title={Structural bioinformatics SEABED: Small molEcule activity scanner weB}, author={servicE baseD and Carlos Fenollosa and Marcel Ot{\'o}n and Pau Andrio and Jorge Cort{\'e}s and Modesto Orozco and Ramon Go{\~n}i}, year={2015} }