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REMO is an algorithm for constructing protein atomic structures from C-alpha traces by optimizing the backbone hydrogen-bonding networks. A downloadable package (2.1M) of REMO is available at REMO.tar.v2.bz2. More details can be found at README. A newer version of on-line protein structure refinements through molecular dynamic simulations can be found at FG-MD.

Cut and paste your C-alpha trace structure in PDB format here:

Or upload the structure file from your local computer:

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Reference:
Yunqi Li and Yang Zhang. REMO: A new protocol to refine full atomic protein models from C-alpha traces by optimizing hydrogen-bonding networks. Proteins, 2009, 76: 665-676. (download the PDF file).

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