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AlloPathFinder
The application Allopathfinder facilitates the computation of the "best paths" between two locations in a protein 'structure'. Please download the AlloPathFinderUsersGuide.pdf first to learn about the application. For instructions on how to reproduce the paths for the structures in Figure 3 of our publication please download the file RunningAlloPathFinder.txt under 'Documentation Links' below.
Release 1.1
May 07, 2007

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AlloPathFinder Executable for windows

Jun 18, 2009
7 MB
Windows
Application/binary
Executable for windows platform.

ActiveState Perl (needed for AlloPathFinder)

Jun 18, 2009
0
Windows
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You will need ActiveState Perl V.5.8.x to run AlloPathFinder (see the Users Guide for additional information)

PyMol (not required but recommended for AlloPathFi

Jun 18, 2009
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Link to PyMol Home Page, not required for AlloPathFinder, but recommended.

Documentation Links

Download first

Jul 10, 2008
User Guide for AlloPathFinder, updated July 2008 to include example input values and Vista installation instructions

Nov 11, 2008
Instructions for running AllopathFinder on the 14 structures reported in Figure 3 of our paper.

Sample input files

May 10, 2007
Comprehensive multiple sequence alignment of 158 myosin sequences, suitable as input to AlloPathFinder1.1.exe

May 10, 2007
PDB structure for 1VOM, suitable as input to AlloPathFinder1.1.exe

PLEASE CITE THESE PAPERS

Tang S, Liao JC, Dunn A, Spudich JA, Altman RB, Schmidt J. "Predicting allosteric communication in myosin via a pathway of conserved residues." Journal of Molecular Biology, 373, 1361–1373. (2007) View

Previous Releases


v.1

Mar 14, 2007

First Release of AlloPathFinder. AlloPath.exe runs on Windows platform only  

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AlloPathFinder executables

Mar 24, 2007
7 MB
Windows
Application/binary
Executable for windows platform

May 08, 2007
7 MB
Windows
Application/binary

Apr 29, 2007
7 MB
Windows
Application/binary

Documentation Links

Mar 23, 2007
Users Guide -- please download this first


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AlloPathFinderExampleData
This package contains additional PDB files that can be used as examples for running the AlloPathFinder software. Consult RunningAlloPathFinder.txt in the AlloPathFinder Package on how to use these in conjunction with the MyosinMSA_158.aln multiple alignment file to reproduce the paths reported in Figure 3 of JMB 373,1361–1373.
data v.1
Mar 14, 2007

  

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Myosin Prestroke Structures

Mar 10, 2007
553 KB
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1VOM PDB File ((Dictyostelium Myosin II -- Preprocessed)

Mar 12, 2007
758 KB
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1QVI PDB File (Scallop Myosin II -- Preprocessed)

Nov 08, 2008
2 MB
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1BR2 PDB file (Chicken Myosin II)

Nov 08, 2008
1 MB
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1LKX.pdb (Dictyostelium Myosin I)

Nov 08, 2008
550 KB
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1W9J.pdb (Dictyostelium Myosin II)

Nov 08, 2008
555 KB
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1YV3.pdb (Dictyostelium Myosin II)

Nov 09, 2008
552 KB
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1FMV PDB file (Dictyostelium Myosin II)

Nov 09, 2008
549 KB
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1FMW.pdb (Dictyostelium Myosin II)

Nov 09, 2008
706 KB
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1KK7 PDB File (Scallop Myosin II -- Preprocessed)

Myosin Rigor structures

Nov 09, 2008
492 KB
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1MMA (Dictyostelium Myosin II)

Nov 09, 2008
530 KB
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1MMD (Dictyostelium Myosin II)

Nov 09, 2008
648 KB
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1W7J.pdb (Chicken Myosin V)

Nov 09, 2008
579 KB
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1W9I.pdb (Dictyostelium Myosin II)

Myosin Post-rigor Structures

Nov 10, 2008
788 KB
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2AKA.pdb (Dictyostelium Myosin II)

Nov 10, 2008
624 KB
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1OE9.pdb (Chicken Myosin V)

Figure 3 from JMB, 373, 1361-1373.

Nov 12, 2008
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Figure 3 and it's legend from JMB 373, 1361-1373.

FASTA file of Myosin Sequences

Mar 09, 2007
246 KB
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Fasta File for MyosinMSA_158.aln

PLEASE CITE THESE PAPERS

Tang S, Liao JC, Dunn A, Spudich JA, Altman RB, Schmidt J. Predicting allosteric communication in myosin via a pathway of conserved residues. Journal of Molecular Biology, 373, 1361–1373 (2007) View


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