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Non-Redundant Description
Protein Families
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Domain Movement Classification: 'Hinge and Shear'
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Domain Movement Classification using Dynamic Contact Graphs
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Domain Movement in large biomolecular complexes

Domain Movement in large biomolecular complexes

DynDom is a program to determine domains, hinge axes and hinge bending residues in proteins where two conformations are available.





This website provides access to the DynDom program and its associated databases. There are five databases: the user-created database that accumulates successful DynDom runs submitted by users, the non-redundant database that arose from an exhaustive study of X-ray structures in the PDB, a database of ligand-induced domain movements in enzymes, a database that classifies domain movements based on Dynamic Contact Graphs, and a database that classifies movements based on the effect on the domain interface.

(DynDom Website Version 2.0 Last Updated : 4 August 2014)

For further details email : sjh@cmp.uea.ac.uk

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