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To cite Whiscy, please refer to:

  1. R.V. Honorato, P.I. Koukos, B. Jimenez-Garcia, A. Tsaregorodtsev, M. Verlato, A. Giachetti, A. Rosato and A.M.J.J. Bonvin (2021). Structural biology in the clouds: The WeNMR-EOSC Ecosystem. Frontiers Mol. Biosci., 8, fmolb.2021.729513.
  2. De Vries SJ, van Dijk ADJ, and Bonvin AMJJ
    WHISCY: What information does surface conservation yield? Application to data-driven docking.
    Proteins: Struc. Funct. & Bioinformatics; 2006, 63(3): 479-489.

For more information about the predictive model please check the Whiscy prediction method page.

Further information can be found in the Whiscy Manual and an example of the Whiscy output can be found here.

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Structural prediction

WHISCY prediction depicted by b-factor column

Low WHISCY score
High WHISCY score

HADDOCK residues

Passive residue
Active residue

Prediction details

Active residues:

Passive residues:

Result notes

You should not trust WHISCY predictions blindly, but always try to relate them to information that you already have. WHISCY works very well for proteins with a single conserved protein binding site.

It should not be used for non-conserved interactions, such as antibody-antigens.

If you know that your protein has multiple binding sites, you should verify if a predicted site could be the one you are interested in.

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This work is co-funded by the Horizon 2020 projects EOSC-hub and EGI-ACE (grant numbers 777536 and 101017567), BioExcel (grant numbers 823830 and 675728)
and by a computing grant from NWO-ENW (project number 2019.053).