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- an Object-oriented programming library for manipulating and analyzing macromolecular structures, Protein complexes and Molecular dynamics trajectories
- building on the library, a set of programs for solving specific tasks, for example, the automatic prediction of Protein structures by Homology modeling or (an attempt at) the prediction of Protein complex structures through flexible Protein-protein docking
|Developer(s)||Raik Grünberg, Johan Leckner, and others|
2.5.1 / 24 September 2018
|Operating system||UNIX, Linux, Mac OS X|
The latest version 2.4.0 was released on 4 Mar 2012 and the project is under active development. Biskit was originally developed at the Pasteur Institute and the name Biskit refers to the title of the research group: "Unité de BioInformatique Structurale".
- "Release 2.5.1". 24 September 2018. Retrieved 24 September 2018.