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|Physicists, biologists and computer scientists meet together to understand proteins. If you want to know more about what (and how and why) we do, read on.|
ResearchOur research is focused on proteins. We try to combine insights from physics and biology to answer basic questions about the relation between the protein sequence and its structure and function. From physics we know that proteins are ruled by universal laws - at equilibrium they are at the free energy minimum. From biology we know that proteins come in families and studying relations in such families we can learn more about how changes in protein sequences influence their structures and functions. You may find more in our publications and bioinformatics servers.
Most recent web servers
- PDBflex: a database that explores the intrinsic flexibility of protein structures by analyzing structural variations between different depositions and chains in asymmetric unit of the same protein in PDB. It allows to easily identify regions and types of structural flexibility present in a protein of interest.
- Cancer3D: a database that puts together information on somatic missense mutations from TCGA and CCLE, allowing users to explore two different cancer-related problems at the same time: drug sensitivity/biomarker identification and prediction of cancer drivers.