TRAPP is intended to aid the discovery of ligands that bind in transient subpockets in proteins. TRAPP is not designed to identify all of a protein’s binding pockets, but rather to trace changes in the spatial and physicochemical properties of a specified pocket in a protein that may arise due to the protein’s flexibility.
More information can be found on the TRAPP webserver page (http://trapp.h-its.org)
The TRAPP license prohibits commercial use of the code. For testing and using TRAPP on a commercial basis you need to negotiate a commercial license by contacting us.
Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies, HITS gGmbH (HITS), owns the TRAPP software and its associated documentation (“Software”). You should carefully read the following terms and conditions before using this software. Your use of this Software indicates your acceptance of this license agreement and all terms and conditions. You are hereby granted a non-exclusive and non-transferable license to use the Software according to the following terms and conditions.
The TRAPP software tools are free for use for non-profit-purposes. If you desire to use TRAPP for profit-making or commercial purposes, you agree to negotiate in good faith a license with HITS prior to such profit-making or commercial use. HITS shall have no obligation to grant such license to you, and may grant exclusive or non-exclusive licenses to others. You agree to notify HITS of any inquiries you have for commercial use of the Software and/or its modifications. You may write to the following email address to discuss commercial use: email@example.com
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This agreement is effective until terminated. In case a new version of this license agreement is published, you will be notified 4 weeks in advance. This agreement will terminate immediately without notice from HITS gGmbH if you fail to comply with any of the terms and conditions of this license. This agreement will also terminate immediately without notice from the HITS gGmbH if it is found to implement patented algorithms or contain copyrighted code not owned or licensed by HITS for the purpose of its inclusion in the TRAPP software. This agreement cannot be terminated by any other mechanism or for any other reason than those stated herein.
In any publication describing results from the use of the TRAPP tools, the name and version of the software shall be given and the following publication shall be cited :
DB Kokh, S Richter, S Henrich, P Czodrowski, F Rippmann, RC Wade. TRAPP: a Tool for Analysis of Transient Binding Pockets in Proteins J. Chem. Inf. Model., (2013) 53, 1235–1252.
If either the L-RIP or the RIPlig method is used, the following publication shall be cited:
DB Kokh, P Czodrowski, F Rippmann, RC Wade. Perturbation Approaches for Exploring Protein Binding Site Flexibility to Predict Transient Binding Pockets J. Chem. Theory Comput. (2016) 12, 4100−4113.
If tConcoord method is used, the following publication shall be cited:
Daniel Seeliger, Jürgen Haas and Bert L. de Groot.
Geometry-based sampling of conformational transitions in proteins. Structure 15:1482-1492 (2007)
If the webserver version of TRAPP is used, the following publication shall be cited:
Stank A, Kokh DB, Horn M, Sizikova E, Neil R, Panecka J, Richter S, Wade RC. TRAPP webserver: predicting protein binding site flexibility and detecting transient binding pockets. Nucleic Acids Res. (2017) 45, W325-W330.
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