This is a video tutorial to demonstrate the analysis of Autodock Vina results using PyMol, in continuation of our existing docking tutorial.
Bioinformatics analyses have become long and difficult as it involves a large number of steps implemented for data processing. Bioinformatics pipelines are developed to make this process easier, which on one hand automate a specific analysis, while on the other hand, are still limited for investigative analyses requiring changes to the parameters used in the process. Continue reading “BETSY: A new backward-chaining expert system for automated development of pipelines in Bioinformatics” »
As mentioned in our previous articles, Autodock Vina  is a very useful bioinformatics tool for molecular docking and provides various options for site-specific docking and blind docking. But it seemed to be difficult to perform virtual screening using Autodock. Recently, Autodock has developed a plugin known as ‘Raccoon’ , which serves for this purpose. Continue reading “How to install Raccoon plugin on Ubuntu for virtual screening using Autodock?” »