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eMatchSite is a sequence order-independent algorithm for ligand binding site alignment and matching. It accurately identifies pairs of pockets that bind similar compounds even in proteins with different global structures.
If you use eMatchSite, please cite the following papers:

eMatchSite is also available as a standalone software distribution. Datasets are available for download from here. See the manual for the details on the output file format.

eMatchSite is free of charge under the terms of GNU General Public License for the general public and under a dual license for commercial users.

This server is running eMatchSite v1.0. Click here to see some sample results.

Does eFindSite run under Mac OSX?

Yes, eFindSite (1.1 and later) runs under Mac OSX. You need gcc 4.4 compiler as explained in the manual. Also, Affinity Propagation is disabled, so binding pockets are identified using an average linkage clustering algorithm.

I suspect that my protein binds a particular ligand; can eFindSite dock that specific ligand?

eFindSite can predict binding pockets and binding residues. Then you can use ligand docking software, e.g. eSimDock, to dock your ligand to the predicted pocket(s).

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