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  • Description

    (High Ambiguity Driven biomolecular DOCKing) relies on an approach that makes use of biochemical and/or biophysical interaction data, such as chemical shift perturbation data resulting from NMR titration experiments, mutagenesis data or bioinformatic predictions.

  • Usage

    To list all executables provided by HADDOCK, run: $ sbgrid-list haddock Copy to clipboard
  • Installation

    Use the following command to install this title with the CLI client: $ sbgrid-cli install haddock Copy to clipboard Available operating systems: Linux 64, OS X INTEL
  • Primary Citation*

    C. Dominguez, R. Boelens, and A. M. J. J. Bonvin. 2003. HADDOCK: a protein-protein docking approach based on biochemical and/or biophysical information. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 125(7): 1731-1737.

    G. C. P. van Zundert, J. P. G. L. M. Rodrigues, M. Trellet, C. Schmitz, P. L. Kastritis, E. Karaca, A. S. J. Melquiond, M. van Dijk, S. J. de Vries, and A. M. J. J. Bonvin. 2016. The HADDOCK2.2 webserver: User-friendly integrative modeling of biomolecular complexes. Journal of Molecular Biology. 428(4): 720-725.

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  • Webinars


    Topic: Haddock

    Presenter: Prof. Alexandre Bonvin, University Utrecht

    Host: Jason Key
    Recorded on: June 29, 2021


    Topic: Modelling biomolecular complexes using HADDOCK: local vs server mode.
    Presenter: Alexandre Bonvin, Computational Structural Biology group, Bijvoet Center for Biomolecular Research, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands

    Host: Jason Key
    Recorded on September 8, 2015

  • Keywords

    Analysis, Computational Chemistry, NMR

  • Default Versions

    Linux 64:  2.4 (634.9 MB)
    OS X INTEL:  2.4 (1.1 GB)

  • Other Versions

      Linux 64:

      2.1 (18.2 MB) , 2.2 (48.4 MB)
    • OS X INTEL:

      2.0 (16.6 MB) , 2.1 (18.2 MB)
  • Developers

    Alexandre MJJ Bonvin