WEBnm@ provides users with quick, automated computation and analysis of low-frequency normal modes for protein structures.
The computation performed through our server should help the user understand whether a given protein can undergo large amplitude movements, and results that may guide a user to pursue a complete study with more thorough analysis.
Single Analysis – Calculates the lowest frequency normal modes of your protein and offers different types of calculations to analyse these modes.
Comparative Analysis – Calculates and compares the normal modes of a set of aligned protein structures.
Molecular visualisation can provide structural information that cannot be obtained in any other way. Recent advances in visualisation technologies such as virtual reality (VR) can be used as a powerful tool for studying/exploring biomolecule structures. Our group have a room dedicated to molecular visualisation using VR.