SDA 7.2.3 / webSDA 1.0
SDA simulates the diffusional association of two proteins/molecules or a protein/molecule to a solid state surface. If the atomic structure of the bound complex is known, SDA can be used to calculate bimolecular association rates. It can also be used to record Brownian dynamics trajectories or encounter complexes and calculate bimolecular electron transfer rate constants. SDA may also be used for rigid-body docking to predict the structure of protein-protein encounter complexes or the orientation in which a protein binds to a surface.
webSDA is a web server to simulate macromolecular diffusional association.
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webSDA: a web server to simulate macromolecular diffusional association.
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