PROFASI  Version 1.5
Classes
Geometrical objects
Building Blocks
Collaboration diagram for Geometrical objects:

Classes

class  prf::ArginineTip
 Representation for the rigid tip of the Arginine side chain. More...
 
class  prf::ATetGroup
 Asymmetric Tetrahedral Group. More...
 
class  prf::ATriGroup
 Assymetric Triangular group. More...
 
class  prf::DihedralGroup
 The dihedral group or boomerang. More...
 
class  prf::HistidineTip
 Pentagon at the tip of the side chain of Histidine. More...
 
class  prf::MPhenylGroup
 Modified Phenyl Group. More...
 
class  prf::Node
 A Node is (like in graph theory) a meeting point of a few bonds. More...
 
class  prf::PhenylGroup
 Represents the phenyl ring with attached hydrogens. More...
 
class  prf::TetrahedralGroup
 The Tetrahedral group. More...
 
class  prf::TrigonalGroup
 A Node with two out-going bonds. More...
 

Detailed Description

The geometrical objects coded in ProFASi are those which recur frequently in protein structures. Bonds connect atoms, and atoms can be thought of as junctions of bonds. These junctions could have 4 or 3 legs, the legs could be symmetrically or asymmetrically placed and so on. But the total number of essentially different geometrical constructs needed to put together a protein chain is relatively small.


PROFASI: Protein Folding and Aggregation Simulator, Version 1.5
© (2005-2016) Anders Irbäck and Sandipan Mohanty
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