The analysis of Autodock Vina  results is a bit tricky in the sense of viewing all interactions and selecting the best pose. In our last video tutorial, we explained how to analyze docking results obtained from Vina using PyMol. This article is the written guide for the same. Continue reading “Tutorial: Vina Output Analysis Using PyMol” »
This is a video tutorial to demonstrate the analysis of Autodock Vina results using PyMol, in continuation of our existing docking tutorial.
In the previous article, a new plugin called ‘Raccoon’ was mentioned, which helps in preparing virtual screening using Autodock. It provides a simple graphical user interface (GUI) where you can easily load the ligand and protein files in Autodock and perform virtual screening. An advanced version of Raccoon called, ‘Raccoon2’ has been introduced by Forli et al., (2016)  as GUI to prepare and analyze Autodock and Autodock Vina virtual screenings. Continue reading “Raccoon2: A GUI facilitating virtual screenings with Autodock and Autodock Vina” »