For mining KASH proteins (SUN domain-interacting proteins)

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DORY is a java program developed for searching KASH protein in large protein databases (in FASTA format).

DORY is upgraded to DORY2. DORY2 required BLAST+ to run. ***Please make sure BLAST+ is installed on your computer.***

Please see the following publication for detail:
Zhou X, Graumann K, Wirthmueller L, Jones JDG, Meier I (2014) Identification of unique SUN-interacting nuclear envelope proteins with diverse functions in plants. The Journal of Cell Biology 205(5):677-692.

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