Host-microbe protein-protein interaction by interface mimicry
Predict Host-Microbe Interactions
HMI-PRED 2.0 predicts microbial target proteins based on interface mimicry.
Assume two proteins with a similar surface patch (interface). One of them is known to interact with a target protein by attaching the surface patch to the target.
Then, it is possible that the other protein having a similar patch also interacts with the same target.
This is interface mimicry, the core concept behind HMI-PRED 2.0. Interface mimicry is an efficient strategy: it allows
microbes to affect hosts without strong sequence homology or global structural similarity.
HMI-PRED 2.0 predicts protein-protein interactions based on interface mimicry.
Surface matching, filtering, docking, and refinements are crucial parts of the prediction process.
Using HMI-PRED 2.0 is as simple as a few clicks. The only required input is the microbial protein PDB ID.
Advanced users can query their own microbe proteins, choose template sets, and control filtering parameters.
Have many HMI-PRED 2.0 tasks to manage?
All your tasks and progresses are accessible on a single page, so no needed to keep the unique URLs for each task.
Registration is required to use this function.
HMI-PRED 2.0 Database
Modeled structure database (AlphaFold 2)
We modeled a large number of microbial protein structures using AlphaFold 2, the state-of-the-art computational method for modeling protein structures.
While our main aim is to predict host-microbe interactions, we also provide download options for the modeled proteins.
Download AF2 models
Predicted HMI database
HMI-PRED 2.0 predictions with known PDB IDs for both microbe and template are public.
Public predictions are stored in our database and available for search and download.
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