Molecular Modeling of the Interaction Between Stem Cell Peptide and Immune Receptor in Plants
Source of Publication
Methods in Molecular Biology
© Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature 2020. Molecular docking enables comprehensive exploration of interactions between chemical moieties and proteins. Modeling and docking approaches are useful to determine the three-dimensional (3D) structure of experimentally uncrystallized proteins and subsequently their interactions with various inhibitors and activators or peptides. Here, we describe a protocol for carrying out molecular modeling and docking of stem cell peptide CLV3p on plant innate immune receptor FLS2.
Chemistry | Life Sciences
CLV3p, Docking, FLS2, Modeling, Protein peptide interaction, Structure prediction
Naseem, Muhammad; Srivastava, Mugdha; Osmanoglu, Ozge; Iqbal, Jibran; Howari, Fares M.; AlRemeithi, Fatima A.; and Dandekar, Thomas, "Molecular Modeling of the Interaction Between Stem Cell Peptide and Immune Receptor in Plants" (2020). All Works. 2435.
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