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Molecular Docking is a computer algorithm which predicts the preferred orientation of a rigid or
flexible ligand into the binding site of the receptor and predicts the binding affinity of the complex
based on scoring functions. For understanding  the structural principles that determines the strength
of a protein-ligand complex, the ability to acknowledge the  residues involved in binding are required.
As it is often tedious to visualize the surrounding active site residues of the various docking poses of
each and every ligand, there is a need for a quick , textual presentation of these residues.

          Here we present ReSite-a tool developed at Department of Pharmacoinformatics, NIPER
(S.A.S. Nagar) that focuses on reporting all the residues present within a distance constraint in the
active site playing a key role in protein-ligand interactions.

A Tool for analysis of the active site residues in protein-ligand interactions
Developed by students of Department of Pharmacoinformatics, NIPER S.A.S. Nagar.

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