Vince Grolmusz         


Department of Computer Science
Institute of Mathematics
Eötvös University
Pázmány Péter sétány 1/C, Room 3-614
H-1117 Budapest
Fax: +36-1-381-2231

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Research interest:

       Public web servers of the Protein Information Technology Group at Eötvös University:

NASCENT This server is capable to predict the protein-protein interaction network of a non-model organism (i.e., with few interaction data) based on well-researched model organisms (that have a large amount of interaction data). The output is genarated in a number of formats, and a self-standing Java version is also available for download.

DECOMP: This tool corrects the entries of the Protein Data Bank, based on a graph-theoretic approach. Additionally, the tool decomposes the PDB entries into ligands and binding sites, therefore one may create a comprehensive collection of all publicly available binding sites on protein surfaces.

ProtDict: This server returns cross-references for numerous protein naming systems, quickly and reliably.

WikiPDB: This is a social site for improving the entries of the Protein Data Bank. People may suggest improvements for erroneous structures, and even upload their own PDB checker programs and scripts.

                          Papers at     Google Scholar     DPLP CS Bibliography    PubMed     Scientific Commons   

On-line Papers:

  Published Patents:

20080194415 Method for structuring and cleaning steric macromolecular data

US Patent 7,606,847 
Dense and randomized storage and coding of information

20050047516 A method for dense and secure transmission of signals and information using a small number of channels


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