Difference between revisions of "Gaucher Disease: Task 10 - Normal mode analysis"

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<center><small>'''<caption>''' Range and score distribution of all predicted HRas contacts and HRas contacts between residues with a sequence distance of >5 residues.</caption></small></center>
 
<center><small>'''<caption>''' Range and score distribution of all predicted HRas contacts and HRas contacts between residues with a sequence distance of >5 residues.</caption></small></center>
 
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==ElNemo==
 
==ElNemo==

Revision as of 22:44, 3 September 2013

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With normal mode analysis (NMA), you are able to simulate or analyse the natural resonant movements of proteins. There are two different webserver available to do a NMA, WEBnm@ and ElNemo. They provide the following information.

WEBnm@

  • Deformation energy
  • atomic fluctuations


ElNemo


WEBnm@

WEBnm@ uses only alpha-carbon atoms in the models for th normal mode analysis.

<figtable id="energy">

Mode Deformation Energy
7 1633.42
8 2358.92
9 2686.12
10 4886.37
11 5221.34
Range and score distribution of all predicted HRas contacts and HRas contacts between residues with a sequence distance of >5 residues.

</figtable>

ElNemo