GRAMM-X Protein-Protein Docking Web Server v.1.2.0
This is the Web interface to our current protein docking software made
available to the public. This software is different from the original
except that both packages use FFT for the global search of the best rigid body conformations.
Note: This server will ignore any small ligands or other non-protein molecules in the input files. It is designed exclusively for docking pairs of protein molecules.
You can submit input files and parameters to this web server
and the docking
simulation will be run on our computer cluster.
When the results are ready, they will be saved in a temporary directory on the web server and the link to that directory will be sent to you. Please, cite the References if you use in a publication the results obtained from this server.
Please, read the Conditions of Use before proceeding.
Send questions or comments to Andrey Tovchigrechko.
Start new GRAMM-X simulation
- Tovchigrechko A, Vakser IA. GRAMM-X public web server for protein-protein docking. Nucleic Acids Res. 2006; 34:W310-4.
- Tovchigrechko A, Vakser IA. Development and testing of an automated approach to protein docking. Proteins 2005;60(2):296-301.
- As part of its docking protocol, GRAMM-X incorporates a new improved version of the original GRAMM global search algorithm. The description of the original algorithm and its applications can be found in references on the GRAMM v.1 page.
Conditions of Use
This computationally intensive service is provided to the research community free of charge utilizing our computational resources, which are limited.
To ensure the fair use of this server, we ask that no person submits more than ten simulation requests per day. We reserve the right to block access from those not honoring this request or involved in any other misuse of this service.
The simulation requests will be queued and the wait time will vary depending on the load of our cluster.
Disclaimer: This is research software under active development, and we make no guarantees regarding the accuracy of its predictions. The results of simulations are provided AS IS, and should be used at your own risk. We do not warrant or assume any liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any information provided on this server.