• ChaconLab.org


    The Structural Bioinformatics Group is developing innovative techniques for the analysis and modeling of macromolecular structures. We encourage you to browse our site and take a look at our research lines and goals, and eventually, if you are interested, contact us.

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  • Hybrid methods for supramolecular assemblies

    Hybrid methods for supramolecular assemblies

    Advances in modern biology and medicine depend on the understanding of the actions and interactions of large biomolecular complexes. The characterization of such macromolecules can be only tackled with coordinated application of complementary biophysical approaches. Computational hybrid methods bridge the gap between such experimental techniques.

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  • Protein Modeling

    Protein Modeling

    We develop methodologies for modeling structures and their interactions including protein-protein interactions and ab initio loop modeling.

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  • Multiscale dynamics

    Multiscale dynamics

    We actively work to effectively address the study and simulation of the dynamics of biomolecular systems with Normal-Mode Analysis (NMA), geometric algebra and other multiscale approximations.

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  • Structure-based drug discovery and design

    Structure-based drug discovery and design

    Our group employs and develops computer-based methodologies to aid the structure rational design of new active compounds.

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