UNIO
high-throughput and high-output protein structure determination.
The UNIO program enables you to perform automated NMR data analysis for 3D protein structure determination. UNIO represents the result of more than a decade of basic research performed in order to enable accurate, objective and highly automated protein structure determination by NMR.
The UNIO program includes data analysis algorithms for all parts of an NMR structure determination process ranging from backbone and side-chain assignment to NOE assignment and structure calculation. Individual data analysis components have been used in thousands of NMR structure determination projects world-wide.
UNIO webserver
To use the UNIO web server you must have registered with the WeNMR grid infrastructure.
UNIO main data analysis components
UNIO utility components
Server Statistics
Server status: running
Number of users: 22
Number of active jobs: 2
Number of served jobs: 142
Number of queued jobs: 0
REGISTRATION:
The use of the HADDOCK WeNMR GRID-enabled docking server is free for academic users. Access to the server is managed through Single Sign On (SSO) authentication using your WeNMR account. Old style HADDOCK web server accounts are still supported. How to proceed:
  • Become a member of the WeNMR Virtual Research Community at www.wenmr.eu
  • Once logged in, go to the "My Services" tab in your account profile and subscribe to the UNIO web portal. Follow the instructions on screen.
  • Once you are a member of the WeNMR VRC it is easy to subscribe to the many services WeNMR has to offer, some of which will however require a valid X509 personal certificate
Citing WeNMR UNIO web portal
Usage of the WeNMR portals should be acknowledged in any publication by adding the following acknowledgment and citing the WeNMR paper:
  • "The FP7 WeNMR (project# 261572) and H2020 West-Life (project# 675858) European e-Infrastructure projects are acknowledged for the use of their web portals, which make use of the EGI infrastructure and DIRAC4EGI service with the dedicated support of CESNET-MetaCloud, INFN-PADOVA, NCG-INGRID-PT, RAL-LCG2, TW-NCHC, SURFsara and NIKHEF, and the additional support of the national GRID Initiatives of Belgium, France, Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Spain, UK, South Africa, Malaysia, Taiwan and the US Open Science Grid."
  • T.A. Wassenaar, M. van Dijk, N. Loureiro-Ferreira, G. van der Schot, S.J. de Vries, C. Schmitz, J. van der Zwan, R. Boelens, A. Giachetti, L. Ferella, A. Rosato, I. Bertini, T. Herrmann, H.R.A. Jonker, A. Bagaria, V. Jaravine, P. Guntert, H. Schwalbe, W.F. Vranken, J.F. Doreleijers, G. Vriend, G.W. Vuister, D. Franke, A. Kikhney, D.I. Svergun, R. Fogh, J. Ionides, E.D. Laue, C. Spronk, S. Jurka, M. Verlato, S. Badoer, S. Dal Pra, M. Mazzucato, E. Frizziero and A.M.J.J. Bonvin
    "WeNMR: Structural Biology on the Grid."
    J. Grid. Comp., 10, 743-767 (2012).