Critical Assessment of PRediction of Interactions
Round 7 CAPRI community wide experiment on the comparative
evaluation of protein-protein docking for structure
Hosted By EMBL/EBI-MSD Group
Capri Target Publications
Hou Z, Bernstein DA, Fox CA, Keck JL. Structural basis of the Sir1-origin
recognition complex interaction in transcriptional silencing.
PNAS 2005 102:8489-94.
PDB entry 1zhi.
ROUND 7 with 1 Target open for Registration From 29-May-2005
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following conditions at the time of download.
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There is 1 confirmed target in CAPRI Round 7, Target 21. Details
will withheld until the start date Monday May 9th 2005.
At that date the starting coordinate files will be password locked.
Registered participants will be supplied with the password on May 9th.
Participants are reminded that all coordinates remain confidential
communications until released by the authors or the PDB
The schedule will be:
start Round 7 of CAPRI on May 9th 2005
Submission Cloased on Sunday May 22nd 2005 midnight UK time
Documentation and Targets Round 7
Target list (password available May 9th)
At the Evaluation Meeting, it was agreed that 10 models
can be submitted, and that they must be ranked.
Identification of Participants For Capri round7 ID
The results are now available for target 21.
Results for Target 21
T21 has proved to be a difficult target. The evaluation for T21 has
been completed. Marc F. Lensink (email@example.com) has taken
over from Raul and the format of the results page has changed but
should be basically self-explanatory.
Target 21 for Round 7 has now been published as:
STRUCTURAL BASIS OF THE SIR1-ORIGIN RECOGNITION
COMPLEX INTERACTION IN TRANSCRIPTIONAL SILENCING
PROC.NATL.ACAD.SCI.USA V. 102 8489 2005
ASTM PNASA6 US ISSN 0027-8424
and has been released in the PDB as Entry
As a consequence all coordinate data is freely available.
Email Problems or Queries to Kim
Henrick, John Tate