Amino acid substitution clash detection
This tool identifies if an amino acid substitution would cause clashes in protein structure or not. Taking PDB format file or PDB accession codes
as input, for each position of interest substitutions are modeled using backbone-dependent rotamer library (Shapovalov and Dunbrack, 2011).
Sterical clashes are calculated based on the distance between atoms.
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