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hi all,

I am doing research on helix-helix docking now. Does anyone know what software claims to be able to do helix-helix docking besides GRAMM?

I am short of materials on this topic too. I appreciate the help if someone can provide some materials.

Thanks a lot.

btw, my focus is on rigid body docking.

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