Glycam-Web is a web interface for modelling, simulating, and visualizing carbohydrates. You can find the development site at dev.glycam.org. You can also run it locally. See below.
Running Glycam-Web Locally
Since Glycam-Web is open-source, users can run instances of Glycam-Web on their own servers. This may be desirable for at least two reasons. First, the computational work can sometimes be very expensive. Users running Glycam-Web on their own server can utilize their own resources and potentially speed up the work that is done. Second, the user may need the guarantee of confidentially.
See the README for instructions on building and running Glycam-Web.
Glycam-Web can be enhanced with the following closed-source software:
- AMBER - for minimization
- NetOGlyc - for determining likely O-glycosylation sites
- NAccess - for calculating solvent accessible surface area
See the README for instructions.