MDockPeP: An ab-initio protein-peptide docking server.

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Summary of "MDockPeP: An ab-initio protein-peptide docking server."

Protein-peptide interactions play a crucial role in a variety of cellular processes. The protein-peptide complex structure is a key to understand the mechanisms underlying protein-peptide interactions and is critical for peptide therapeutic development. We present a user-friendly protein-peptide docking server, MDockPeP. Starting from a peptide sequence and a protein receptor structure, the MDockPeP Server globally docks the all-atom, flexible peptide to the protein receptor. The produced modes are then evaluated with a statistical potential-based scoring function, ITScorePeP. This method was systematically validated using the peptiDB benchmarking database. At least one near-native peptide binding mode was ranked among top 10 (or top 500) in 59% (85%) of the bound cases, and in 40.6% (71.9%) of the challenging unbound cases. The server can be used for both protein-peptide complex structure prediction and initial-stage sampling of the protein-peptide binding modes for other docking or simulation methods. MDockPeP Server is freely available at © 2018 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.


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Name: Journal of computational chemistry
ISSN: 1096-987X


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