SWISS-MODEL pipeline

SWISS-MODEL specifications


Unique identifier OMICS_03965
Interface Web user interface
Restrictions to use None
Computer skills Basic
Stability Stable
Maintained Yes


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Publications for SWISS-MODEL

SWISS-MODEL citations

PMCID: 5487728

[…] bioinformatics protein data bank ( (42). a sequence alignment of human neu3 and neu2 was performed with clustal w (43). a model of neu3 was then made with the software programs swiss-model (44) and phyre (45) on the basis of the crystal structures of neu2 (pdb codes 1so7 [sugar-induced form], 1vcu [inhibitor dana form], and 1snt [apo form]) (46). the pymol program (47) […]

PMCID: 5356311

[…] by atg:biosynthetics (merzhausen, germany) after optimizing the codon usage for high expression in e. coli using optimizer [56]., molecular models of the predicted proteins were obtained at the swiss-model automated protein homology modeling server [57] using related crystal structures, selected using the gmqe parameter, as templates (pdb entries 4bm1, 3fjw, and 1qpa corresponding […]

PMCID: 5239777

[…] the las af sp5 software (leica)., we based on the kir2dl1 x-ray structure (22) (pdb accession code: 1nkr) to predict the structures of the d2 ig-like domains of kir2dl5a*001 and *005, using the swiss-model automated protein structure homology-modeling system (23), accessible via the expasy web server.1 quality of each model was assessed with the qmean z-score (24), which describes […]

PMCID: 5040154

[…] potential evolution., the amino acid sequences of zikv strain (genbank accession number kj776791 48) were retrieved from the genbank database 49 and used as targets for homology modelling using the swiss-model server 50, 51. the latter performed the target-template sequence alignment after searching the putative x-ray template proteins in pdb for generating the 3d models for all target […]

PMCID: 4789359

[…] in size) (uniprot id: q8wuy9), was obtained from uniprot ( [38] in fasta format., multiple 3d models of the protein were developed and its energy minimized with the help of swiss model ( [29–32], where the best model (figure 2) was selected out of all, followed by its sequence alignment (figure 3) which showed a sequence similarity […]

SWISS-MODEL institution(s)
Biozentrum, University of Basel, Basel, Switzerland SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, Basel, Switzerland


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