planet LiSA

The Project has moved again.
On Interest Contact Prof. Gunnar Klau, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf

Part of the planet LiSA library is hosted in "Amsterdam"

LiSA used to be a Library of Structural Analysis algorithms and then grew into something more diverse. It is a collection of C++ software tools, loosely connected by a library. LiSA provides sophisticated algorithms and data structures for analysing structural information in the life sciences. The applications range from RNA and protein secondary structure alignment over finding clusters and modules in biological networks to network alignment.

The following old binary versions of LiSA tools are available for download.

Some of these MOVED To
yoshiko transitivity and cluster editing
heinz heavy induced subnetworks (maximum-weight connected subgraphs)
lara (multiple) sequence-structure RNA alignment
natalie network alignment
paul protein distance matrix alignment
peggi permutation equivalence based on generalized subgraph isomorphism
plara progressive multiple sequence-structure RNA alignment
scp side-chain placement

Until September 2008, the LiSA project was based at the Mathematics in Life Sciences group at the Freie Universität Berlin. Now the project is carried out at the Centre for Mathematics and Computer Science (CWI) in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. It was partly supported by the DFG fund KL1390/2-1.

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Topic revision: 08 Mar 2017, BodoRiedigerKlaus