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Unique identifier OMICS_26914
Name Gorgon
Software type Application/Script
Interface Graphical user interface
Restrictions to use None
Input format MRC,CCP4,RAW,MAP,OFF,VRML,SSE,SEQ,PDB
Output format MRC,CCP4,RAW,BMP,MAP,OFF,VRML,SSE,SEQ,PDB
Operating system Unix/Linux, Mac OS, Windows
Programming languages C++, Python
License Common Public License Version 1.0
Computer skills Medium
Version 2.2.0
Stability Stable
Maintained Yes

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Gorgon in publications

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PMCID: 4102127
PMID: 24985522
DOI: 10.1038/ncomms5278

[…] a template, a second round of segmentation, alignment and averaging resulted in a final average gp39 subunit., sse identification was then performed on the averaged gp39 subunit using ssehunter in gorgon51. five helices and two β-sheets were identified and corresponded to those found in capsid proteins of other tailed dsdna bacteriophages, such as gp5 in hk97 (ref. ). in addition, a density […]

PMCID: 3173789
PMID: 21829169
DOI: 10.1038/emboj.2011.261

[…] chikv homologue () (pdb id: 3n40) as the template. the missing parts in the crystal structure (e1: residues 390–442; e2: residues 342–423) were modelled de novo by first tracing the backbones using gorgon (), with several visible side-chain densities serving as the anchor points., to model the tm helices, in particular, we generated the cα models of two consecutive helices (residues 403–412 […]


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Gorgon institution(s)
National Center for Macromolecular Imaging, Verna and Marrs McLean Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX, USA; Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO, USA
Gorgon funding source(s)
Supported by grants from NIH through the National Center for Research Resources (P41RR002250), the National Institute of General Medical Science (R01GM079429), the National Science Foundation (IIS-0705644, IIS-0705474, IIS-0705538), and a training fellowship from the Keck Center Biomedical Discovery Training Program of the Gulf Coast Consortia (NIH Grant No. 1 T90 DA022885-01).

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