Supported Applications


  • Description

    a software suite for modeling macromolecular structures and for predicting and designing protein structures, protein folding mechanisms, and protein-protein interactions.

  • Usage Notes

    Redistribution is permitted required that members are all academic labs.

  • Installation

    Use the following command to install this title with the CLI client: $ sbgrid-cli install rosetta Copy to clipboard
  • Primary Citation*

    J. K. Leman, B. D. Weitzner, S. M. Lewis, and e. al. 2020. Macromolecular modeling and design in Rosetta: recent methods and frameworks. Nature Methods. 17: 665-680.

    J. K. Leman, B. D. Weitzner, P. D. Renfrew, S. M. Lewis, R. Moretti, A. M. Watkins, and e. al. 2020. Better together: Elements of successful scientific software development in a distributed collaborative community. PLoS Computational Biology. 16(5): e1007507.

    A. Leaver-Fay, M. Tyka, S. M. Lewis, O. F. Lange, J. Thompson, R. Jacak, and e. al. 2011. Chapter nineteen - Rosetta3: An Object-Oriented Software Suite for the Simulation and Design of Macromolecules. Methods in Enzymology. 487: 545-574.

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  • Citation Note

    In addition, please cite the papers for the specific application(s) you use, citation guidance at https://www.rosettacommons.org/docs/latest/getting_started/FAQ#frequently-asked-questions_how-to-cite-rosetta-in-papers.

  • Webinars

    Topic: Refinement of challenging structures with Rosetta and Phenix
    Presenter: Nat Echols, Computational Scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Labs

    Host: Andrew Morin
    Recorded on May 13th, 2014

  • Keywords

    Computational Chemistry

  • Default Versions

    Linux 64:  3.12
    OS X INTEL:  3.12

  • Other Versions

      Linux 64:

      3.11, 2020.28.61328
    • OS X INTEL:

      3.11, 3.10