Progress by Prediction

  • We apply latest software technology to investigate biological systems.
  • The goal is to support your investigations in drug discovery and materials sciences.
  • We offer docking tools for analysis of small-molecule - target interactions and combine technologies for the analysis of larger systems.
  • Proprietary software allows us to build tailor-made liposomes.
  • Our molecular simulation platforms are built to meet your special needs of fast and reliable in silico data acquisition and analysis.

  • Visit also our group website for more information of what we are doing.

NEWS

Meet us at

"BioSolveIT - webinars"

10. July 2019

Invited Speaker Wolfgang Fischer
Docking in the unknown


Meet us at

"COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2019"

Supproted by MOST GLORIA

1. June 2019, Taipei, TW

Invited Speaker Wolfgang Fischer
Technical publication of "ArcVes"

 

Release

"ArcVes"

Build your own liposome (free download)
March 2019


Meet us at

"2018 BioTaiwan"

18.-22. July 2018, Taipei, TW (more)

booth number N414NYMU


"12th International Conference on Structural and Molecular Biology"

14.-15.05.2018, Osaka, JP

Invited Speaker Wolfgang Fischer
Structural modeling of membrane proteins from viruses.(more)


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"Interaction of antivirals with a heptameric bundle model of the p7 protein of hepatitis C virus."

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Dahl, Kalita, Fischer; Chem. Biol. Drug Des. (2018) 91,
242-250





Meet us at

"20th International Conference on Pharmaceutical Biotechnology"

07.-09.12.2017, Madrid, ES

Invited Speaker Wolfgang Fischer
Targeting viral membrane proteins in silico.(more)


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"Specification of binding modes between a transmembrane peptide mimic of ATP6V0C and polytopic E5 of human papillomavirus-16."

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Mahato, Fischer; J.Biomol.Struct.Dyn.(2017) 1-10




"Weak selectivity predicted for modeled bundles of viral channel-forming protein E5 of human papillomavirus-16."

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Mahato, Fischer; J.Phys.Chem. B, (2016) 120,
13076-13085




"Membrane protein assembly: two cytoplasmic phosphorylated serine sites of Vpu from HIV-1 affect oligomerization."

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Chen, Lin, Chan, Chen, Ma, Fischer; Sci. Rep.(2016) 6, 28866



Meet us at

"The 21st Biophysics Conference of the Biophysical Society Taiwan"

19.-21.05.2016 National Tsing-Hua University, Hsinchu, TW

Poster by Dhani Ram Mahato
Ion channel properties of the E5 protein of human papillomavirus - a molecular dynamics simulation study.(more)


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HOT article collection of Molecular Biosystems

"Patch formation of a viral channel forming protein within a lipid membrane - Vpu of HIV-1."

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Lin, Chen, Fischer; Mol. Biosyst (2016) 12, 1118 - 1127.



 

 

 

Meet us at

"EMN Meeting on Bioinspired Materials"
Workshop Nanopharmaceuticals

14.-18.03.2016 Kaohsiung, TW

Invited Speaker Wolfgang Fischer
Oligomerization of viral channel proteins along a bio-inspired pathway. (more)

Thanks for Lokesh Dhakar who shared the source code.