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To cite PRODIGY-CRYSTAL, please refer to:

  1. Elez K., Bonvin A.M.J.J. and Vangone A."Distinguishing crystallographic from biological interfaces in protein complexes: Role of intermolecular contacts and energetics for classification", BMC Bioinformatics, 19 (Suppl 15) :438 (2018).
  2. Jiménez-García B., Elez K., Koukos P.I., Bonvin A.M.J.J. and Vangone A. "PRODIGY-crystal: a web-tool for classification of biological interfaces in protein complexes", Bioinformatics, btz437 (2019).

For more information about the predictive model please check the PRODIGY-CRYSTAL prediction method page.

Further information can be found in the PRODIGY-CRYSTAL Manual and an example of the PRODIGY-CRYSTAL output can be found here.

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Prediction results

Predicted interface: Biological

Probability of the prediction: 0.804 (biological) / 0.196 (crystallographic)    (check the Method for further information)

Interface investigated: E vs I

Prediction details

Number of Residue Contacts (RCs) per property:
ICs charged-charged: 4
ICs charged-polar: 8
ICs charged-apolar: 24
ICs polar-polar: 0
ICs polar-apolar: 15
ICs apolar-apolar: 20
Link density: 0.140
Table of the RCs at the interface:
List of residue-residue pairs at the interface (.txt)

Interface visualization

Interacting chains are colored in blue/pink. Residues are the interface are highlighed with green/red spheres in the case of biological/crystallographic interfaces, respectively. To check the complete list of interfacial residues, please check the file "Table of the RCs at the interface".

For more infomation, please visit the Manual page.

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This work is co-funded by the Horizon 2020 projects EOSC-hub and EGI-ACE (grant numbers 777536 and 101017567), BioExcel (grant numbers 823830 and 675728)
and by a computing grant from NWO-ENW (project number 2019.053).