Tag Archives: Chimera

Protein MSA secondary structure

I needed to predict the secondary structure of amino acid sequences, already in a multiple sequence alignment (MSA). This means that the sequences had gaps, which could be a problem. I searched the net for a suitable, easy-to-use application or … Continue reading

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UCSF Chimera and Firefox

I’ve been doing some protein structure modelling using the amazing PHYRE2. Viewing the results summary in Firefox shows a list of models with thumbnails. Clicking on a thumbnail links to the corresponding PDB file and by default the browser will … Continue reading

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