I am writing to share a new web application, eMap, available at https://emap.bu.edu. eMap is a computational tool for mapping electron/hole hopping transfer pathways in proteins. The functionality of eMap v1.0 includes identification of the electron/hole transfer pathways based on the protein crystal structure (CIF or PDB file formats), visualization of the pathways both as a 2D graph representing the connectivity between electron transfer active sites and using built-in protein structure visualization tools in 3D.
We hope you enjoy using eMap! We look forward to your feedback as well.
Ksenia B. Bravaya, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Department of Chemistry
590 Commonwealth ave., SCI 501
Boston, MA 02215
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