MODELLER is used for homology or comparative
modeling of protein three-dimensional structures. The user provides an
alignment of the sequence to be modeled (i.e., the TARGET) and the sequence(s) of known structure(s) [i.e.,
the TEMPLATE(S)]. The program automatically generates a model containing all non-hydrogen atoms.
MODELLER implements comparative protein structure modeling by satisfaction of
spatial restraints. While our current implementation performs only this task,
the "full version" of MODELLER can be used in many other applications, including de novo
modeling of loops in protein structures, optimization of various models of
protein structure with respect to a flexibly defined objective function,
multiple alignment of protein sequences and/or structures, clustering,
searching of sequence databases, comparison of protein structures, etc.
For more information please go to MODELLER
In our site, MODELLER (version 9v3) runs on the Real-Time cluster.
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PIR format ;
MODELLER format ;
BLAST format .
File with alignment(s):
Warning: If you are using more than one template, the multiple-alignment file you upload must
include: (a) an aligned sequence for every template you add, and (b) a single
copy of you target sequence.
TARGET (or QUERY) SEQUENCE:
Target Sequence Name in Alignment File
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SECONDARY-STRUCTURE RESTRAINTS (Optional):
NUMBER OF MODELS REQUESTED:
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