TMBpro: secondary structure, β-contact and tertiary structure prediction of transmembrane β-barrel proteins. Motivation: Transmembrane β-barrel (TMB) proteins are embedded in the outer membranes of mitochondria, Gram-negative bacteria and chloroplasts. These proteins perform critical functions, including active ion-transport and passive nutrient intake. Therefore, there is a need for accurate prediction of secondary and tertiary structure of TMB proteins. Traditional homology modeling methods, however, fail on most TMB proteins since very few non-homologous TMB structures have been determined. Yet, because TMB structures conform to specific construction rules that restrict the conformational space drastically, it should be possible for methods that do not depend on target-template homology to be applied successfully. Availability: http://www.igb.uci.edu/servers/psss.html
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- Randall, Arlo Z.; Cheng, Jianlin; Sweredoski, Michael J.; Baldi, Pierre: Tmbpro: Secondary structure, beta-contact and tertiary structure prediction of transmembrane beta-barrel proteins. (2008)