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User-Created Description
Browse Domain Movements
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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
DynDom3D

Domain Movement in large biomolecular complexes
DynDom3D

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 Non-Redundant Database

An exhaustive analysis was carried out on all available protein structures in order to build a non-redundant and comprehensive database of protein domain movements. This involved grouping protein conformations into families, clustering the members within each family to remove redundant structures, using a Gram-Schmidt procedure to select representative pairs for each family and finally running the DynDom program to analyse protein domain movements for each family.

You can browse and search the protein families. For each family you can find information about its members, clusters and representative conformational pairs, from where you can link to the results of the individual DynDom runs.

See the following paper for details:
G. Qi, R. A. Lee, S. Hayward, "A comprehensive and non-redundant database of protein domain movements" Bioinformatics,21(12):2832-2838, 2005

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

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