New Version of CaverDock Released

CaverDock 1.1 has been released.

Hopefully, the users will enjoy the new features:

– significantly improved heuristic for upper-bound computation, improved objective function
– multiple upper-bound trajectories are computed and saved
– script for automatic adding of flexible residues
– pattern restraint can be applied to selected ligand atoms only
– user can control how similar is the initial snapshot to the docklike
– CaverDock reports its execution settings
– improved parallel scaling of upper-bound computation

Postdoc in Molecular Modeling Needed
Prof. Prokop at CCBIO Symposium on Industrial Biocatalysis
New Version of CaverDock Released
Rayyan a EUSynBioS Steering Committee Member
Martin Awarded a Prestigious Fulbright Scholarship
Rector’s Grant for Katka
New LL Member: Erik Vanacek