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Resource

MeTaDoR

Software

malibu

Research Areas

Protein-DNA interactions

Protein-Membrane interactions

Machine Learning

Drug-Design

Single Molecule Protein Dynamics



Computational proteomics is the genome-scale modeling of protein structure, dynamics, and function. While experimental methods are still the best way to determine a protein's structure and function, the time and money spent is substantial enough to encourage computer-based solutions. Indeed, computational proteomics involves all current aspects of research into protein structure and function including: molecular dynamics, ab initio folding, machine-learning based fold recognition, protein-protein interaction, and theoretical modeling of protein mechanics.

Currently we are collaborating with Julio M. Fernandez's group from Columbia Universtiy and Klaus Schulten's group from UIUC on force-induced protein reconfiguration. Other collaborations are with Mike Johnson on Drug design and with Yang Dai on kernal-based protein structure prediction.

Announcements

MeTaDoR

MeTaDoR (Membrane Targeting Domains Resource) released on Feb 28th, 2007