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DEMO (Domain Enhanced MOdeling) is a method for automated assembly of full-length structural models of multi-domain proteins. Starting from individual domain structures, DEMO first identify quaternary structure templates that have similar component domains by domain-level structural alignments using TM-align. Replica-exchange Monte Carlo simulations are then used to assemble full-length models, as guided by the inter-domain distance profiles collected from the top-ranked quaternary templates. The final models with the lowest energy are selected from Monte Carlo trajectories, followed by atomic-level refinments using fragment-guided molecular dynamics simulations. DEMO can be used to assemble domains from either experimental or predicted models for proteins with both continuous and discontinuous domain architectures.


DEMO On-line Server [View example of output for 2-domain or 3-domain protein]


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