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Computational Structural Biology group focusing on dissecting, understanding and predicting biomolecular interactions at the molecular level.

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HADDOCK Tutorials for version 2.4

In this page you can find links to tutorials on the usage of our software and webportal HADDOCK 2.4.

  • HADDOCK2.4 local installation tutorial: A tutorial demonstrating the installation and use of a local installation of HADDOCK2.4. It demonstrates various docking scenarios. You will need for this a valid license of HADDOCK2.4.

  • HADDOCK2.4 basic protein-protein docking tutorial: A tutorial demonstrating the use of the HADDOCK web server to model a protein-protein complex using interface information derived from NMR chemical shift perturbation data. This tutorial does not require any Linux expertise and only makes use of our web server and PyMol for visualisation/analysis.

  • HADDOCK2.4 MS cross-links tutorial: A tutorial demonstrating the use of cross-linking data from mass spectrometry to guide the docking in HADDOCK. This tutorial builds on our DisVis tutorial and illustrates various scenarios of using cross-linking data in HADDOCK. This tutorial does not require any Linux expertise and only makes use of our web server and PyMol for visualisation/analysis.

  • DISVIS/HADDOCK2.4 oligomer puzzle: In this tutorial you will have to solve an oligomer puzzle, namely predicting the correct oligomeric state of a symmetrical homomer complex based on a few (artificial) cross-links. The tutorial does not require any Linux expertise and only makes use of the DISVIS and HADDOCK web servers and PyMol for visualisation/analysis.

  • HADDOCK2.4 CA-CA restraints guided docking tutorial: A tutorial demonstrating a template-based approach to model protein-protein complexes. It combines the PS-HomPPI web server to find suitable templates and generate CA-CA distance restraints and HADDOCK for the CA-CA guided modelling. This tutorial does not require any Linux expertise and only makes use of the PS-HomPPI and HADDOCK web servers and PyMol for visualisation/analysis.

  • HADDOCK2.4 ab-initio, multi-body symmetrical docking tutorial: A tutorial demonstrating multi-body docking with HADDOCK using its ab-initio mode with symmetry restraints. It is based on a former CASP-CAPRI target (T70).

  • HADDOCK2.4 ligand binding site tutorial: A tutorial demonstrating the use of HADDOCK in ab-initio mode to screen for potential ligand binding sites. The information from the ab-initio run is then used to setup a binding pocket-targeted protein-ligand docking run. We use as example the multidrug exporter AcrB.