CCharPPI web server: computational characterization of protein–protein interactions from structure
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The atomic structures of protein–protein interactions are central to understanding their role in biological systems, and a wide variety of biophysical functions and potentials have been developed for their characterization and the construction of predictive models. These tools are scattered across a multitude of stand-alone programs, and are often available only as model parameters requiring reimplementation. This acts as a significant barrier to their widespread adoption. CCharPPI integrates many of these tools into a single web server. It calculates up to 108 parameters, including models of electrostatics, desolvation and hydrogen bonding, as well as interface packing and complementarity scores, empirical potentials at various resolutions, docking potentials and composite scoring functions.
CitationMoal, Iain H.; Jiménez-García, Brian; Fernández-Recio, Juan. CCharPPI web server: computational characterization of protein–protein interactions from structure. "Bioinformatics", 01 Gener 2015, vol. 31, núm. 1, p. 123-125.