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    Education: Training in Rosetta for Molecular Modeling and Design @NIH
    Submitted by Vijayaraj Nagarajan; posted on Wednesday, September 18, 2019

    October 28-30, 2019
    National Institutes of Health
    9000 Rockville Pike
    Building 60, Room 162
    Bethesda, MD 20892, USA
    faes.org/BIOF096.oct19

    OBJECTIVES

    Participants will get a brief introduction to basic linux commands, a short presentation on the capabilities of Rosetta, followed by hands-on walkthrough for predicting protein structures,docking and protein designing.

    BACKGROUND

    Rosetta is a set of tools used for protein structure prediction and designing. Rosetta is capable of predicting structures either with or without prior knowledge. Apart from large and small molecular docking, Rosetta is also popular for designing novel proteins and peptides. With the availability of public cloud infrastructure, use of Rosetta's powerful features is within the reach of anyone who is interested in molecular modeling and design.

    HIGHLIGHTS

    • Participants will work in a linux desktop environment.
    • Participants will also receive a cookbook style manual for all the hands-on exercises.
    • After training support is also provided through exclusive members only forum.

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