In this exercise, we will model the structure of a protein's 1D sequence using one of its homologs as a template. We will then compare the generated homology model to the actual structure of the protein to gain insight.
|Your Protein Model||PDB code||Chain|
|The Ligand Binding Domain Of The Vitamin D Nuclear Receptor||2hcd||A|
|Shikimate Kinase From Mycobacterium Tuberculosis||2dft||C|
|The Pleckstrin Homology Domain Of Akt1 In Cancer (Akt1-Ph_e17k)||1p6s||A|
|Avian Respiratory Complex Ii||1nek||B|
|Bacillus Circulans Strain 251 Cyclodextrin Glycosyltransferase||1cyg||Since this protein only has one chain,
leave this field blank in FATCAT.
|Your Protein Model||Download Actual Structure files||Chain|
There are many other programs and websites for modeling. You can also try advanced modeling tools available from The Joint Center for Molecular Modeling (JCMM) - Server LinksThere are some more links in the Review of the Steps in Comparative Modeling.