One of the main purposes of Computational Protein Analysis is to understand the relationship between the amino acid sequence of proteins and the three-dimensional structure. Once this relationship is determined, the protein's spatial structure can be predicted based on the amino acid sequence. However, the process is not simple. Some progress has been made in classifying proteins based on sequence and structure, and this information is important for the construction of protein structural models. Over the years, advances in DNA sequencing and structural biology have completely changed our understanding of the structure-function relationships of these macromolecules. As a supplement to experimental methods, computer simulation can reveal many aspects of protein structure-function relationships, which may be obscured by static images of protein structures.
We use the most advanced computer software tools to conduct comprehensive analysis of proteins by integrating sequence data and structural information. Our experienced bioinformatics team can help reveal various characteristics of target proteins, including but not limited to:
ComputaBio offers a corresponding computational protein analysis service. Our computational protein analysis service provides accurate approximations of real molecular behaviors, and have proven to be very useful in understanding the biochemical basis of physiological events at different stages of drug development, even in different fields such as materials science. Our team of experts can provide up to one millisecond of simulation time for the system you choose, so you do not have to worry about technical issues. We can also analyze these results for you. The ComputaBio team has been working in this field for more than ten years and has published his findings in top scientific journals.