Our web interface was designed to generate backbone predictions for proteins from 3 to 22 residues
in length. Queries can be performed on our fragment libraries generated from Dynameomics or PDB
structures, containing approximately one billion fragment samples. Details of our library structure,
search methods, and evaluations have been submitted for publication as referenced below.
The interface supports queries using PDB codes or custom PDB formatted text files. Queries can be
performed on any one of the libraries individually or on a collection of libraries simultaneously.
We also integrated our rotamer library into the search mechanism, so side-chain structures can be
predicted along with the backbone structure by providing the appropriate sequence. Otherwise, backbone
structures will be provided as all alanine residues. Select the link below to use the web interface.
We also provide programmatic access to the fragment libraries using web services. A sample Microsoft
.NET project is provided via the link below and includes a detailed example of using the fragment web
services. The web service methods provide a minimum interface to our libraries by exposing the internal
coordinates search method.