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GPCRmd Workbench

Indicate what you want to display in your molecular representation using the selection options of the GPCRmd Viewer.

You can choose one of the selections we propose or define a new one (Customized selection option) using the NGL selection language.

Protein residues can be indicated as generic GPCR residue numbers (Ballesteros-Weinstein or GPCRdb structure-based numbering).

Visualization and trajectory sharing powered by NGL Viewer and MDsrv.

The hydrogen bonding network has been generated using Flare Plots, powered by R. Fonseca and A. J. Venkatakrishnan.

Mutant and variant information obtained from GPCRdb and gnomAD.

Mouse controls:

Left button hold and move: rotate camera around center.

Left button click: pick atom or distance.

Middle button hold and move: zoom camera in and out.

Middle button click: center camera on atom.

Right button hold and move: translate camera in screen plane.

For more information, see the docs.

GPCRmd Viewer

C-X-C chemokine receptor type 4 in complex with 1t (3ODU.A)

Selection

Structure selection
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Input your selection using the NGL selection language. Generic GPCR residue numbering can also be used (more info here).

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Highly conserved residues and motifs

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Representation:

Experimental density map
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GPCR conserved positions

Highly conserved residues and motifs

Most conserved residues

Most conserved residues

Most conserved residues

Most conserved residues

Selection settings
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GPCRmd Toolkit

Interaction network

Hydrogen bonds:

GetContacts criteria

Interaction frequencies
Hydrogen bonds

Trajectory:

Frames:

All

From to

Selection:

Do not include hydrogen bonds between neighbours

All hydrogen bonds

Only side chain hydrogen bonds

Threshold: %
Ligand receptor contacts

Compute interaction between GPCR and

In trajectory:

Stride:

Threshold:

Consider

Salt bridges

Trajectory:

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All

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Threshold: %

Distance

Select distances from the viewer by clicking on the atoms. Afterwards, import your selections by clicking at the import button (). You can also manually introduce the atom indices.

Compute distance between and

In trajectory:

Stride:

RMSD

Trajectory:

Frames: