iMembrane: homology-based membrane-insertion of proteins

  title={iMembrane: homology-based membrane-insertion of proteins},
  author={Sebastian Kelm and Jiye Shi and Charlotte M. Deane},
  pages={1086 - 1088}
iMembrane is a homology-based method, which predicts a membrane protein's position within a lipid bilayer. It projects the results of coarse-grained molecular dynamics simulations onto any membrane protein structure or sequence provided by the user. iMembrane is simple to use and is currently the only computational method allowing the rapid prediction of a membrane protein's lipid bilayer insertion. Bilayer insertion data are essential in the accurate structural modelling of membrane proteins… CONTINUE READING

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