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SPICKER is a clustering algorithm to identify the near-native models from a pool of protein structure decoys. You can install and run the SPICKER program at your own computers by

For more detail, please read the attached readme file. You can find a set of I-TASSER decoys to test the SPICKER program.

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Reference:
Y. Zhang, J. Skolnick, SPICKER: A Clustering Approach to Identify Near-Native Protein Folds , Journal of Computational Chemistry, 2004 25: 865-871. (download the PDF file).

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