Sciweavers

Share
NAR
2008

LocalMove: computing on-lattice fits for biopolymers

9 years 3 months ago
LocalMove: computing on-lattice fits for biopolymers
Given an input Protein Data Bank file (PDB) for a protein or RNA molecule, LocalMove is a web server that determines an on-lattice representation for the input biomolecule. The web server implements a Markov Chain Monte-Carlo algorithm with simulated annealing to compute an approximate fit for either the coarse-grain model or backbone model on either the cubic or face-centered cubic lattice. LocalMove returns a PDB file as output, as well as dynamic movie of 3D images of intermediate conformations during the computation. The LocalMove server is publicly available at http://bioinformatics.bc.edu/ clotelab/localmove/.
Yann Ponty, R. Istrate, E. Porcelli, Peter Clote
Added 14 Dec 2010
Updated 14 Dec 2010
Type Journal
Year 2008
Where NAR
Authors Yann Ponty, R. Istrate, E. Porcelli, Peter Clote
Comments (0)
books