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Protein–peptide interactions are involved in a wide range of biological processes and are attractive targets for therapeutic purposes because of their small interfaces. Therefore, effective protein–peptide docking techniques can provide the basis for potential therapeutic applications by enabling an atomic-level understanding of protein interactions. With the increasing number of protein–peptide structures deposited in the protein data bank, the prediction accuracy of protein-peptide docking can be enhanced by utilizing the information provided by the database.
(Lee et al., 2015) GalaxyPepDock: a protein-peptide docking tool based on interaction similarity and energy optimization. Nucleic Acids Res.