The ClusPro web server for protein–protein docking

@article{Kozakov2017TheCW,
  title={The ClusPro web server for protein–protein docking},
  author={Dima Kozakov and David R. Hall and Bing Xia and Kathryn A. Porter and Dzmitry Padhorny and Christine Yueh and Dmitri Beglov and Sandor Vajda},
  journal={Nature Protocols},
  year={2017},
  volume={12},
  pages={255-278}
}
The ClusPro server (https://cluspro.org) is a widely used tool for protein–protein docking. The server provides a simple home page for basic use, requiring only two files in Protein Data Bank (PDB) format. However, ClusPro also offers a number of advanced options to modify the search; these include the removal of unstructured protein regions, application of attraction or repulsion, accounting for pairwise distance restraints, construction of homo-multimers, consideration of small-angle X-ray… CONTINUE READING
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