Resources

Dynameomics Resources

Dynameomics is an initiative started in the Daggett Lab at the University of Washington (USA) to characterise the dynamics and unfolding of all known structures in protein fold space. Many propensities libraries and rotamer libraries created as part of the Dynameomics initiative can be found through this following link. These can be used in understanding protein and peptides structure, as well as design tools to drive and optimise protein engineering and peptide drug design.

Structural Library of Intrinsic Residue Propensities (SLIRP)

References for the resources that Clare Towse contributed to are:

Dynameomics Entropy Dictionary (DED)

Backbone Conformational Propensities (AAXAA, GGXGG, and heterochiral systems)

Rotamer Libraries