SuperStar: comparison of CSD and PDB-based interaction fields as a basis for the prediction of protein-ligand interactions.

@article{Boer2001SuperStarCO,
  title={SuperStar: comparison of CSD and PDB-based interaction fields as a basis for the prediction of protein-ligand interactions.},
  author={D Roeland Boer and Jan Kroon and Jason C. Cole and Brian A. Smith and Marcel L. Verdonk},
  journal={Journal of molecular biology},
  year={2001},
  volume={312 1},
  pages={275-87}
}
SuperStar is an empirical method for identifying interaction sites in proteins, based entirely on the experimental information about non-bonded interactions, present in the IsoStar database. The interaction information in IsoStar is contained in scatterplots, which show the distribution of a chosen probe around structure fragments. SuperStar breaks a template molecule (e.g. a protein binding site) into structural fragments which correspond to those in the scatterplots. The scatterplots are then… CONTINUE READING

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