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HADDOCK2.2

HADDOCK-related publications


This page lists haddock development articles.

The original JACS paper, together with an introduction to the study of biomolecular complexes and an application to the UbcH5-CNOT4 complex can be found online in Cyril Dominguez's Ph.D. thesis:
When using HADDOCK cite:
And, if used, cite depending on the type of data and setting used the following publications:

The use of residual dipolar couplings in HADDOCK is described in:

The use of diffusion anisotropy data in HADDOCK is described in:

The use of pseudo contact shift restraints in HADDOCK is described in:

The use of SAXS data to score HADDOCK models is described in:

The quantitative use of chemical shifts to score HADDOCK models is described in:

Protein-peptide docking with HADDOCK is described in:

Solvated protein-protein docking using HADDOCK is described in:

Solvated protein-protein docking with Kyte-Doolittle propensities using HADDOCK is described in:

Solvated protein-DNA docking using HADDOCK is described in:

Flexible protein-DNA docking using HADDOCK is described in:
(Flexible) multibody docking using HADDOCK is described in:

Our results in CAPRI, the blind docking experiment, are described in (Note that entire issues of Protein are dedicated to CAPRI):

Reviews on data-driven docking: