Structuprint is a software tool for two-dimensional representation of protein
structures' surfaces, capable of generating animations or still images.
Its main purpose is the visualization of the distribution of
physicochemical descriptors on the exposed residues of a protein. Beyond
this, it can be used for various structural comparisons, e.g. of
evolutionarily related proteins.
For more information, see the
and the codebook of default pre-calculated properties.
Supported Operating Systems
Prebuilt packages and installers are available for the following Operating Systems:
|Command Line Interface
|Graphical User Interface
epel-release package must be already
installed before installing Structuprint.
For all other systems, you will need to manually install Structuprint
from the source code, along with all of its dependencies. See the
for more details.
Dimitrios - Georgios Kontopoulos,
Georgia Tiliki, and
Kontopoulos DG, Vlachakis D, Tsiliki G, and Kossida S. CitationStructuprint: a
scalable and extensible tool for two-dimensional representation of protein
surfaces. BMC Struct Biol. 2016 Feb 24;16:4. doi:
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