USF Upgrades Protein Structure Software; Web-Based Interface Boosts Functionality | GenomeWeb

The Uppsala Software Factory, housed in Gerard Kleywegt’s lab at Uppsala University’s Department of Cell and Molecular Biology in Sweden, has launched two new web servers for use with its Spasm and Dejavu protein structure recognition programs.

Kleywegt wrote the underlying software for Dejavu and Spasm several years ago, but the programs were too difficult for non-experts to use, he told BioInform.

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