Minimum Information for Protein Functionality Evaluation (MIPFE).
Analysis of pyrograms form multiplex pyrosequencing experiments
A software for the classification of organisms based on results from multiplex pyrosequencing algorithms performed on the Pyro-Mark ID System (Qiagen). The assays can be designed using the software mpsqed available from https://sourceforge.net/projects/mpsqed/ Pyrosequencing can be applied for Single-Nucleotide-Polymorphism (SNP)-based pathogen typing or for providing sequence information of short DNA stretches. However, for some pathogens molecular typing cannot be performed relying on a...
This software solves the Phylogeny problem using Median Networks. Exact and heuristic methods available. Input: an alignment and a reversible stepmatrix, output: (sub)optimal trees and their combinations. Steiner problem solver included.
Application to estimate haplotypes and other genetics data, based on maximum likehood approach. It can handle present-absent as well as multiallelic loci.
open SPEAR stands for open Simulator of Physical Environment for Agents Research. It is a C++ library designed to build efficient simulation of multi-agents and robotics simulation. The main audience for this project is the robotician/artificial life com
!!! PTEROS DEVELOPMENT MOVED TO GITHUB !!! New project page: https://github.com/yesint/pteros New documentation page: https://yesint.github.io/pteros/ Pteros is the C++ library for custom molecular modeling and simulations codes designed for researchers, not for C++ gurus. Provides facilities for PDB, XTC and TRR files IO, powerful selections, geometry transformations, RMSD fitting and alignment, etc.
A Fast, OpenSource Program for Docking Ligands to Proteins and N.Acids
rDock is a fast and versatile Open Source docking program that can be used to dock small molecules against proteins and nucleic acids. It is designed for High Throughput Virtual Screening (HTVS) campaigns and Binding Mode prediction studies. rDock is mainly written in C++ and accessory scripts and programs are written in C++, perl or python languages. The full rDock software package requires less than 50 MB of hard disk space and it is compilable in all Linux computers. Thanks to its design...