Evaluation of Surface Complementarity, Hydrogen bonding, and Electrostatic interaction in molecular Recognition (ESCHER) is a new docking procedure consisting of three modules that work in series. The first module evaluates the geometric complementarity and produces a set of rough solutions for the docking problem. The second module identifies molecular collisions within those solutions, and the third evaluates their electrostatic complementarity. We describe the algorithm and its application to the docking of cocrystallized protein domains and unbound components of protein‐protein complexes. Furthermore, ESCHER has been applied to the reassociation of secondary and supersecondary structure elements. The possibility of applying a docking method to the problem of protein structure prediction is discussed. Proteins 28:556–567, 1997. © 1997 Wiley‐Liss, Inc.
Proteins: Structure Function and Bioinformatics – Wiley
Published: Aug 1, 1997
Keywords: molecular recognition; automated docking; protein domains; secondary structure elements
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