Join us on April 3rd to hear from Woonghee Lee at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, about NMRFAM-Sparky.
National Magnetic Resonance Facility at Madison, and Biochemistry Department
University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI 53706, USA
Host: Jason Key
Abstract: NMRFAM-SPARKY  is the integrated software package for analyzing multidimensional NMR data. It
has been improved over the years with new plugins automating commonly conducted time-consuming
tasks such as peak picking, chemical shift assignment, structure calculation, etc. In this webinar, I will
present basic usage of the program along with the new plugin, the PINE-SPARKY.2 , automating
chemical shift assignment and structure calculation by using the I-PINE web server .
 Lee, W., Tonelli, M. and Markley, J.L., (2015) NMRFAM-SPARKY: enhanced software for biomolecular NMR spectroscopy. Bioinformatics, 31(8).
 Lee, W. and Markley, J.L., (2017) PINE-SPARKY. 2 for automated NMR-based protein structure research. Bioinformatics, 1, p.3. epub
 Lee, W. et al., I-PINE web server in preparation
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