This page shows a number of applications of IMP to biological systems. They can be adapted to tackle other similar problems, or to add new input data to an existing system.
Each system links to its web page, where all the input files can be found, complete with running instructions. Most systems are permanently archived (via DOIs) at Zenodo; newer systems are also deposited at PDB-Dev.
Every system is periodically tested with the latest version of IMP to make sure it works. The most recent version of IMP that it works with is shown below (or see all builds).
See the IMP manual for information on adding a new system to this page.
All systems with the SAXS tag are shown. [Show all systems]
Modeling of the Nup133 subunit of the Nuclear Pore Complex [more...]
Molecular Architecture of the Major Membrane Ring Component of the Nuclear Pore Complex [more...]
Benchmark of the SAXS Merge method [more...]
Modeling of the yeast spindle pole body (SPB) [more...]