F2Dock, a rigid-body protein-protein docking software, have been implemented in a client-server framework. The client is a part of the TexMol package. The client communicates with the server using XmlRPC. The server is currently installed on a computing cluster named Prism2. For a description of the algorithm, brief overview of the performance and a list of corresponding publications, refer to the Protein-protein docking project page.
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- Bajaj, Chandrajit; Bauer, Benedikt; Bettadapura, Radhakrishna; Vollrath, Antje: Nonuniform Fourier transforms for rigid-body and multidimensional rotational correlations (2013)
- Bajaj, Chandrajit; Chen, Shun-Chuan; Rand, Alexander: An efficient higher-order fast multipole boundary element solution for Poisson-Boltzmann-based molecular electrostatics (2011)