The experimental characterization and computational prediction of protein structures has become increasingly rapid and precise. However, the analysis of protein structures often requires researchers to use several software packages or web servers, which complicates matters. To provide long-established structural analyses in a modern, easy-to-use interface, we implemented ProteinTools, a web server toolkit for protein structure analysis. ProteinTools gathers four applications so far, namely the identification of hydrophobic clusters, hydrogen bond networks, salt bridges, and contact maps. In all cases, the input data is a PDB identifier or an uploaded structure, whereas the output is an interactive dynamic web interface. Thanks to the modular nature of ProteinTools, the addition of new applications will become an easy task. Given the current need to have these tools in a single, fast, and interpretable interface, we believe that ProteinTools will become an essential toolkit for the wider protein research community. The web server is available at https://proteintools.uni-bayreuth.de.
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