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Using the Szeged machine (in Hungarian by Villeux)

Egyetemi formanyomtatványok

VirusBuster install and upgrade notes (in Hungarian by Bektom)

Egységes elő- és hátlap előadásokhoz


A kölcsönzés menete (pdf)Leltár, 2007. 10. 01. (pdf)

Course materials

Veronika Harmat: Protein X-ray crystallography

Program guides

NMRPipe (.doc)Jan 2006robert.kiss <at>
XEASY (.doc, zippelt)Jan 2006langax <at>
Referenciálás (.ppt)Nov 2006robert.kiss <at>
Relaxation data analysis with Sparky and Curvefit (.doc)Dec 2006langax <at>
GROMACS ensemble simulations with S2 restraints (.pdf)Dec 2006szpari <at>


Note that if a Perl program uses external modules (.pm files), the location of these might have to be set using the -I option in the first line of the Perl program!

Name/linkShort descriptionAuthor(s)
ReSpectDenMap.plA short program to do reduced spectral density mapping from relaxation data. Requires Type -h to find out more.szpari <at>
ucsf2xeasy package (tgz)A suite of programs to convert Sparky (UCSF) format spectra to XEASY (contains Linux binaries!). Type -h to find out more.szpari <at>
shifts2nmrstar.plConverts a Sparky shifts file into NMR-STAR (BMRB) format. Invoke with -h for usage.szpari <at>
Vector3D.pmPerl module for some 3D coordinate manipulations.szpari <at>
PDBStruct.pmPerl module to handle PDB files. Requires szpari <at>
pdb2bbm.plA program to get backbone and sidechain torsion angles from a PDB file. Uses the modules and szpari <at>
pdb2fst.plA program to get the protein sequence deduceable from the coordinate section of a PDB file and write it out in FASTA format. Uses the modules and szpari <at>