Predicting the structure of a protein by nucleotide sequence, converting parametrization of biomolecules from internal coordinates (bond lengths, angles and torsions) to Cartesian coordinates is a fundamental task in molecular modeling.
We substantiated the possibility of constructing the exact spatial structures of proteins by their nucleotide sequences, based on the ring-polyhedral approach to atom modeling, which allowed us to detect the 3D genetic code.
To get your structure, send us the EMBL nucleotide sequence code of the protein of interest to you, or the mRNA for it.
Protein structures are provided in the form of the coordinate files of all nuclei and atoms, 2D and 3D diagrams, as well as in conventional form
Justification and confirmation of the method are given below.
|Toroidal (ring) models of particles as packets of standing waves||Ring-polihedron models of atoms|
|Peptide group included in the structure of all amino acid residues||3 D genetic code - algorithms for the rotation of amino acid residues relative to each other, according to their triplet letter codes|
mechanism of translation
|Accurate 2D Structures||Accurate 3D, 4D and 5D Structures|