Analyses the constraint distribution of biological molecules solved by nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy. NMR Constraints Analyser is a webserver aimed at an automatic graphical analysis of the NMR experimental constraints distribution on biological macromolecules, including the analysis of the violated constraints and the distinction between ambiguous/non-ambiguous restraints. The web app performs a rapid analysis of the NMR experimental constraints from which the 3D structure of the biological macromolecule was determined.
SPARKY remains the most popular software program for NMR data analysis, despite the fact that development of the package by its originators ceased in 2001. NMRFAM-SPARKY has been repackaged with current versions of Python and Tcl/Tk, which support new tools for NMR peak simulation and graphical assignment determination. These tools, along with chemical shift predictions from the PACSY database (Lee et al. 2012), greatly accelerate protein side chain assignments.
Supports the rapid, user-friendly and efficient visualization of probabilistic assignments of NMR chemical shifts to specific atoms in the covalent structure of a protein in the context of experimental NMR spectra.
Aids the process of protein resonance assignment in the field of Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR). NvAssign is a software module written for use with NMRView. It provides a flexible interface to cluster data and interact with the existing assignment algorithms. Further, this software module is able to read the results of other algorithms so that the data can be easily verified by spectral analysis. This package is likely to be extremely useful as a verification tool for any of the various proteomics initiatives.
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