Protein Aligner

Publisher: OneAngstrom

Updated: October 29, 2021


Latest versions

Windows: 2.0.0 on SAMSON 2.0.0

Linux: 2.0.0 on SAMSON 2.0.0

Mac: 2.0.0 on SAMSON 2.0.0

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Protein Aligner

Publisher: OneAngstrom

Updated: October 29, 2021


Latest versions

Windows: 2.0.0 on SAMSON 2.0.0

Linux: 2.0.0 on SAMSON 2.0.0

Mac: 2.0.0 on SAMSON 2.0.0

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543
Align multiple sequences and structures of proteins.

This extension is an editor which aligns multiple sequences (based on the MUSCLE software) and structures.

Documentation

To align protein structures, select the structure you want to move, right-click on it, choose "Align to" then choose the protein on which you want to align. To open the sequence alignment window, click twice on the editor icon app. From this window, you can align sequences, visualize this alignment and residues properties and then align structures based on part of the sequence.

Last tip: you can copy parts of the alignment in this window and get it in FASTA format in a text editor.

Tutorial: Aligning proteins.

References

This extension has been originally created by Guillaume Pages as a part of his research work at NANO-D, Inria.

Protein Aligner is an extension for SAMSON,
the integrated platform for molecular design.

To use Protein Aligner:

1. Create your free account and choose a molecular design plan
2. Download and install SAMSON on your computer
3. Come back to this page to add the extension to your account


When you restart SAMSON, the extension will be automatically installed
and will be usable directly from within SAMSON.