IMPORTANT: Please note that these programs are no longer supported and
no development has taken place for over 10-years. The development team are no longer with us.
Therefore the email addresses will not work. You may still download various program components
but we can offer no support. These pages are only here for historical reasons.
Due to the fact that FTDock uses the FFTW libraries, it is being
distributed under the same
GNU license as FFTW. It is therefore free
to both academic and commercial users. Please read the license and
note that it retains ICRF's intellectual property rights to the
software. It is provided as C source code.
version 2.0 (license is also included in bundle).
You will also need
- Manual 1 (200 kByte) covering
FTDock, RPScore and all other ancillary programs and their installation
- Manual 2 (28 kByte)
(with a supplement)
FFTW fourier transform library (1.1MByte). This is a
BMM local copy (main site here)
RPScore and MultiDock
These components of 3D-Dock are being distributed under non-GNU
We emphasise again that the use of these parts of 3D-Dock, in
addition to FTDock, is essential if good docking is to be achieved.
All programs will be sent as emails (gzipped tar files), so
ensure you provide the correct address.
RPScore is provided as C
source code (total size 12kByte), and Multidock as executables (size about
The programs are freely available.
However you must register and agree to an
Academic License Agreement. After you have
done this, the programs will automatically be emailed to you.
- 20/03/01 Release of v 2.0 of 3D-Dock suite.
If you have already downloaded all the existing components, you may
also obtain our current development version of 3D-Dock by
contacting the authors.
It provides a few extra features: in particular it can run in parallel
under MPI. It is provided as a service to users;
documentation and testing is not as full as for the release version.
- 01/05/01 Matrix of
statistical residue potentials used by RPScore updated to include
new information from
SCOP-1.53 and to
reflect minor changes in definition of interfaces.