Automated omics-scale protein modeling and simulation setup.
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Ensembler

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Software pipeline for automating omics-scale protein modeling and simulation setup.

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Overview of pipeline

  1. Retrieve protein target sequences and template structures.
  2. Build models by mapping each target sequence onto every available template structure, using Modeller.
  3. Filter out non-unique models (based on a RMSD cutoff).
  4. Refine models with implicit solvent molecular dynamics simulation.
  5. Refine models with explicit solvent molecular dynamics simulation.
  6. (optional) Package and/or compress the final models, ready for transfer or for set-up on other platforms such as Folding@Home.

Installation

First go to the Modeller website and get a license key (registration required; free for academic non-profit institutions).

Save the key as an environment variable:

export KEY_MODELLER=XXX

Then, using conda (installs all dependencies except the optional dependency Rosetta):

conda config --add channels omnia
conda config --add channels salilab
conda install ensembler

From source:

git clone https://github.com/choderalab/ensembler.git
cd ensembler
python setup.py install

Dependencies

Recommended approach is to install using conda (https://store.continuum.io/cshop/anaconda/). This will install all dependencies except for the optional dependency Rosetta, which must be installed separately by the user.