[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

RE: theory info


I hope this helps:


-----Original Message-----
[">mailto:] On Behalf Of Luca
Sent: Monday, April 15, 2002 11:41 AM
To: 'Modeller Usage List'
Subject: theory info

Dear Modeller friends,

I would appreciate if you could suggest me some references (literature)
about how an homology modeling program (like Modeller) is evaluated. I
know that the rmsd between the model and the real structure (like the
CASP approach, just to be clear) is the most common way to study this.
But what about the rsmd of all atoms of the proteins versus the C alpha
atoms? and what about the side chain position in the binding site? Are
there some studies about that? I have start to read literature about
that, but I must confess that I didn´t find answers... only C alpha and
threading methods... Do you have more informations that can help me?
What is the article that validate Modeller (from this point of view)? is
it Proteins (1995) 23(3) 318-26?

Thanks in advance
Luca Settimo