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A fusion protein consists of 2 proteins joined by a linker. An output example can be seen here.
This website can help you predict fusion protein structure.To start this process:

1:  Choose one or more selected linkers
2: Upload one or more Protein PDB Files
3: Determine the N-terminal PDB and the C-terminal PDB

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Fusion Proteins
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Linker N-Terminal C-Terminal Structure
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1: Choose one or more selected linkers
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2: Upload one or more Protein PDB Files
In this section, you may upload protein structures in PDB format. Your list of PDB files can be found at the bottom of this section. For testing purposes, you may choose to enable our preloaded example PDBs by clicking on the following links:
1N5U | 1YK0
    
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3: Determine the N-terminal PDB and the C-terminal PDB
Before you can generate fusion proteins, please select one or more linkers, and upload one or more PDB files.
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