This automatic backbone assignment programme uses chemical shifts from 3D assignment spectra and secondary structure prediction as its input. It can also assign the backbone using RDC data and a known structure of the protein. If you have installed MARS on your computer, then you can also access it directly via CCPNmr Analysis without having to export and re-import the data. Also available via the WeNMR Webportal.
This program subsumes the previous MATCH/ATNOS/CANDID algorithms. It uses APSY and NOESY data as its input and is then able to carry out backbone and side-chain assignment as well as NOE assignment and structure calculation.
This algorithm assigns the backbone of a protein given the sequence and peak lists from standard 3D NMR spectra.
AutoAssign is an artificial intelligence package for automating the analysis of backbone resonance assignments using triple-resonance NMR spectra of proteins. The new AutoAssign distribution automates the assignments of HN, NH, CO, CA, CB, HA, and HB resonances in non-, partially-, and fully-deuterated samples. Also available via the WeNMR Webportal.
This is a GUI based program for computer aided resonance assignment which was developed in the lab of Kurt Wüthrich.
This programme will return the most probable sequence location for a short connected set of residues in a protein given 13Cα chemical shifts (δ(13Cα)) and data restricting the φ and ψ backbone angles.