Resource:FlexProt: flexible protein alignment
|Name:||Resource:FlexProt: flexible protein alignment|
|Description:||FlexProt detects the optimal flexible structural alignment of a pair of protein structures. The first structure is assumed to be rigid, while in the second structure potential flexible regions are automatically detected.|
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|Definition||FlexProt detects the optimal flexible structural alignment of a pair of protein structures. The first structure is assumed to be rigid, while in the second structure potential flexible regions are automatically detected.|
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|Label||Resource:FlexProt: flexible protein alignment +|
|ModifiedDate||12 October 2010 +|