This site contains links to all the computational tools made by the Woolfson Group at the University of Bristol, UK.
ISAMBARD comprises a suite of tools for protein structure analysis, model building and evaluation. We are currently finalising a version for release through GitHub, so it's not available for download yet. If you are interested in receiving an e-mail when it is available, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The SOCKET program finds the Knobs-into-Holes mode of packing between alpha-helices (Crick, 1953) which is characteristic of coiled coils. It unambiguously defines the beginning and end of coiled-coil motifs in protein structures and assigns a heptad register to the sequence.
The LOGICOIL algorithm predicts the oligomeric state probabilities of a coiled-coil sequence. It curently allows to classify antiparallel dimers, parallel dimers, trimers and tetramers.