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COMPARER and JOY packages
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COMPARER Sali, A. and Blundell, T.L. (1990). Definition of general topological equivalence in protein structures. A procedure involving comparison of properties and relationships through simulated annealing and dynamic programming. Journal of Molecular Biology, 212: 403-428. From authors on request * Please obtain license from Prof. Tom Blundell Silicon-Graphics IRIX environment
JOY-3.2 Overington, J.,Johnson, M.S., Sali, A. and C.M., Blundell, TL. (1990) Tertiary structural constraints on protein evolutionary diversity: templates, key residues an structure prediction. Proc Biol Sci, 241: 132-145. From authors on request * Click here to request the license Silicon-Graphics IRIX environment
STAMP Russell, R.B. and Barton, G.J. (1992). Multiple protein sequence alignment from tertiary structure comparison: assignment of global and residue confidence levels. Proteins 14: 309-323. Click here to download Free license
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JOY-4 Mizuguchi, K., Deane, C.M., Blundell, TL., Johnson, M.S. and Overington, J.P. (1998) JOY: protein sequence-structure representation an analysis. Bioinformatics, 14: 617-623. From authors on request * Click here to request the license Silicon-Graphics IRIX environment
JOY-5 Mizuguchi, K., Deane, C.M., Blundell, TL., Johnson, M.S. and Overington, J.P. (1998) JOY: protein sequence-structure representation an analysis. Bioinformatics, 14: 617-623. Click here to download Click here to get the license form
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ASSRMS This paper From authors on request * Please obtain license from Prof. R. Sowdhamini
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ASSALIMAV This paper From authors on request * Please obtain license from Prof. R. Sowdhamini
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SSTEQ This paper From authors on request * Please obtain license from Prof. R. Sowdhamini
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Bestaglign This paper From authors on request * Please obtain license from Prof. R. Sowdhamini
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