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Old 12-04-2006, 03:08 AM
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Hey there,
does anyone have bioinformatics software or know of bioinformatics for protein docking?

thanks
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Default Re: Bioinformatics for Protein Docking?

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Hey there,
does anyone have bioinformatics software or know of bioinformatics for protein docking?
thanks

Hi you can try docking with Arguslab,Hyperchem,Modeller,Insight etc many more freewares are available.
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Default Re: Bioinformatics for Protein Docking?

Try with Arguslab, hyperchem ,insight.
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Default Re: Bioinformatics for Protein Docking?

Great ideas there Brajbio!
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Default Re: Bioinformatics for Protein Docking?

goodmorning sir

as im to state that now im doing my II-MSc-Bioinformatics, so as a part of my curriculum i have to do a project.

i have studied the theory regarding the drugdesigning, but when we come to wet lab how we have to proceed our work.

sir really im tensed a lot, bcoz how is it possible to design the drug sir................please help me out sir.

plz sir suggest me & reply me how to proceed my work in the wet lab, plz give me brief idea hoe to perform the drug design.
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Default Re: Bioinformatics for Protein Docking?

You can use Autodock,dock,insightII etc
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Default Re: Bioinformatics for Protein Docking?

Arguslab, autodock are the few usual ones and very easy to use.
however, IISc, Bangalore, India, I believe has come up with a software, which is basically to visulalize the structure of proteins and their interactions but i believe they have put in some docking assistance as well.... please find out.
they try to make every thing very easy and user friendly, you will be glad is\f you can find that.
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Thanks bam pandit very good resources for protein docking you posted.
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Default Re: Bioinformatics for Protein Docking?

Among free software autodock is the most citated in literature, it seems good also for small molecules-protein docking and not only protein-protein docking.

If u need to do a very subtle work in small molecules-protein docking well the best is flexx but is commercial

Hope is help

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Default Re: Bioinformatics for Protein Docking?

Autodock is the most used and citated in literature, very nice for protein-protein docking

and it is free!

For small molecules-protein docking, Flexx ia the best unfortunatly it is commercial...

hope it is help
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