Structural Biology Tools
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Welcome to the Structural Biology Tools Website. Throughout this website are housed several useful tools for acquiring, processing, analyzing and publishing structural biology data. The current concentration of the Structural Biology Facility at the University of Connecticut Health Center is Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Spectroscopy. Most of the tools you will find are related to either:

  1. the overexpression of bacterial systems to provide large quantities of isotopically labeled biomaterial,
  2. acquisition and processing of NMR data,
  3. visualization and publication of structural data on biological macromolecules.

The tools are organized into one of the several subdisciplines found on the navigation bar.

  1. Molecular Biology has tools useful in growing bacterial cultures.
  2. NMR has tools useful in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy.
  3. Data Model discusses a conceptual data model relevant to structural biology.
  4. VENN is software for mapping protein sequence conservation onto protein structure.
  5. Links connects you to tools and useful information located elsewhere on the web.

All tools are provided as/is with no warranties expressed or implied. Please report any bugs. Any and all suggestions for tool improvements or additions are also welcome. If struck with an incredible sense of gratitude, feel free to reference the website in publications.

This site is maintained by:

Dr. Michael R. Gryk and Dr. Mark W. Maciejewski

Gregory P. Mullen NMR Structural Biology Facility
Department of Molecular Biology and Biophysics
UCONN Health
263 Farmington Avenue
Farmington, CT 06030-3305 USA