[Bioclusters] Open Source Molecular Docking programs

Lucas Carey lcarey at odd.bio.sunysb.edu
Wed Feb 8 14:05:58 EST 2006

Hi Bernard,
Ilya Vakser  http://vakser.bioinformatics.ku.edu  has a piece of software called GRAMM, but I'm not sure what the license on it is. His idea was to only dock the backbones, which works suprisingly well. I took his course on protein docking when he was at Stony Brook.


On Wednesday, February 08, 2006 at 10:44 -0800, Bernard Li wrote:
> Are there any Open Source (GPL or the likes) applications for performing
> molecular docking?  I know of AutoDock and UCSF DOCK, but those are only
> free for academic institutions.  Are there open source equivalent of
> these applications?
> Thanks,
> Bernard
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