Developed by the Systems Pharmacology group, FCP is a publicly accessible web tool dedicated to analysing the current state and trends on the population of available structures along the classification schemes of enzymes (specially kinases and proteases), G protein-coupled receptors, nuclear receptors and transporters/channels, offering both graphical and quantitative data on the degree of functional coverage in that portion of the proteome by existing structures, as well as on the bias observed in the distribution of those structures among proteins.


The positional footprinting web server. PEAKS can be used to identify significant motif positional biases in DNA sequences. Developed by the Evolutionary Genomics group.

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Pentacle is an advanced software tool for computing, handling and interpreting GRid INdependent Descriptors (GRIND). It was born as a replacement of the pioneering ALMOND software. All our experience in the practical application of GRIND was applied to obtain a powerful, flexible and friendly tool. Developed by the PharmacoInformatics group.

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PIANA (Protein Interactions And Network Analysis) is a software framework developed by the Structural Bioinformatics group that facilitates the work with protein interaction networks by 1) integrating data from multiple sources in a centralized database 2) providing a library that handles all operations related with the network and 3) automating the analysis of protein-protein interactions networks.

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PROMO is a virtual laboratory for the identification of putative transcription factor binding sites (TFBS) in DNA sequences from a species or groups of species of interest. TFBS defined in the TRANSFAC database are used to construct specific binding site weight matrices for TFBS prediction. The user can inspect the result of the search through a graphical interface and downloadable text files.

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Estimation of genetic and molecular regulatory networks from high-throughput genomics data. Developed by the Functional Genomics group.

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Advanced Scaffold Hopping and beyond.The final result of many computational tools and methods used in drug discovery is a mathematical model or a 3D graphic. However, drug design aims to obtain real compounds, synthetically affordable. SHOP was developed around this central concept, as a tool able to provide solutions to diverse practical problems in terms of a list of synthetically accessible derivatives. Developed by the PharmacoInformatics group.

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VIDA is an online database for the classification of virus proteins into families. It contains alignments of conserved domains, and consistent functional and taxonomic annotations.


Developed by the Systems Pharmacology group, iPHACE is an integrative web-based tool to navigate in the pharmacological space defined by small molecule drugs contained in the IUPHAR-DB and PDSP databases. Extending beyond traditional querying and filtering tools, iPHACE offers a means to extract knowledge from the target profile of drugs as well as from the drug profile of protein targets.

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