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Old 06-08-2006, 04:44 PM
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Hi
can somebody guide me about the protein 3D structure prediction software, that may be available offline or online, in order to predict the structure of protien when only we have the structure of the protien
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Default Re: 3D protein structure

Hey Afta,

are you Homology modelling or Protein Threading?
Also do you have NMR X-Ray crystal data?


There is a lab which has a series of software for 3D protein analysis although I have not used them.
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also try these:
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Homology Modeling
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See this article on Pubmed about 3D software
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As always prediction of structure is just prediction. Confirmation is needed of the structure by X-ray crystallization or NMR Data
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Old 06-15-2006, 12:16 PM
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Hi
thankx a lot dear for sending me these useful links
i am really greatful to you.


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Great post

On a side note for those that do not understand 3D protein structure:

3-D structure prediction of a protein has the aim of determining the three-dimensional structure through an analysis of the amino acid sequence of the protein.
This is the prediction of Tertiary structure from primary structure (amino acids).
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The structure of very small proteins can be predicted by molecular dynamics, for example [Only registered users see links. ].
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The links are quite useful !!
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can you help me about 3d protein structure analysis programmes and their versions? this is emergency
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Default Re: 3D protein structure

If you are given a 3D structure of a protein and asked to suggest region which is likely to be an active site region, what would you look for?
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