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RosettaDock predicts the structure of a protein-protein complex from the individual structures of the monomer components.

RosettaDock is distributed as part of the Rosetta Protein Structure Prediction and Design Suite. Rosetta is available from the RosettaCommons.


Relevant Publications:
  1. Chaudhury, S. & Gray, J. J. “Conformer selection and induced fit in flexible backbone protein-protein docking using computational and NMR ensembles,” J. Mol. Biol. 381(4), 1068-1087 (2008). Online | PDF

  2. S. Chaudhury,* A. Sircar,* A. Sivasubramanian, M. Berrondo & J. J. Gray, "Incorporating biochemical information and backbone flexibility in RosettaDock for CAPRI rounds 6-12," Proteins 69(4), 793-800 (2007). Online | PDF (*These authors contributed equally to this work.)
  3. M.D. Daily, D. Masica, A. Sivasubramanian, S. Somarouthu, and J.J. Gray, "CAPRI rounds 3-5 reveal promising successes and future challenges for RosettaDock," Proteins 60(2), 181-186 (2005). Online | PDF
  4. Gray, J.J., S.E. Moughan, T. Kortemme, O. Schueler-Furman, K.M.S. Misura, A.V. Morozov, D. Baker, "Protein-Protein Docking Predictions for the CAPRI Experiment," Proteins 52(1), 118-122 (2003). Online | PDF
  5. Gray, J.J., S.E. Moughan, C. Wang, O. Schueler-Furman, B. Kuhlman, C.A. Rohl, D. Baker, "Protein-Protein Docking with Simultaneous Optimization of Rigid-Body Displacement and Side-Chain Conformations," J. Mol. Biol. 331(1), 281-299 (2003). Online | PDF
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