Autoassign (c) 1998, 1999, 2002 D.E. Zimmerman, H.N.B. Moseley, C.A. Kulikowski, G.T. Montelione and Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.
AutoPeak (c) 2001, 2002, 2003, 2006 H. N. B. Moseley, G. T. Montelione and Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.
Assignment Validation Software (c) 2003 H. N. B. Moseley, G. T. Montelione and Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.
AutoAssign is an artificial intelligence package for automating the
analysis of backbone resonance assignments using triple-resonance NMR
spectra of proteins[1,2,3,4]. Specifically, AutoAssign is a
constraint-based expert system implemented in C++, Java2, and Perl
programming languages and supported on SGI-IRIX, Sun-Solaris,
MAC-OSX, x86-Linux, and x86_64-Linux architectures. The new AutoAssign
distribution automates the assignments of HN, NH, CO, CA, CB, HA, and
HB resonances in non-, partially-, and fully-deuterated samples.
The rich graphical user interface (GUI) provides a many sets of tools
for dataset conversions, assignment validations, and various graphical
displays of assignment results. AutoAssign is well tested on a
large number of independently-collected triple-resonance NMR data sets
of proteins ranging in size from ~6 to ~32 kD, including one
fully-deuterated protein and and a dataset with reduced-dimensionality
experiments. AutoAssign performs the automated analysis of
assignments in only seconds on current RISC and x86 platforms.
 Zimmerman, D.E., Kulikowski, C.A., Huang, Y., Feng, W., Tahiro, M., Shimotakahara, S., Chien, C., Powers, R., Montelione, G.T., J.Mol.Biol. 269, 592-610 (1997).
 Moseley, H.N.B., Montelione, G.T., Curr Opin Struct Biol 9, 635-642 (1999).
 Moseley, H.N.B., Monleon, D., and Montelione, G.T., "Automatic Determination of Protein Backbone Resonance Assignments from Triple Resonance NMR Data", Methods in Enzymology 339, 91 (2001).
 Moseley, H.N.B., Sahota, G., and Montelione, G.T., J. Biomol NMR 28, 341-355 (2004).
AutoAssign is available for SGI-IRIX, Sun-Solaris, MAC-OSX,
x86-Linux, and x86_64-Linux architectures.
AutoAssign documentation is located here.
You can download
a license agreement (in pdf format).