Structural genomics and interactomics of 2019 Wuhan novel coronavirus, 2019-nCoV


The recent 2019 Wuhan novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) has already infected many thousands of people in mainland China and worldwide and took hundreds of lives. However, the swiftly spreading virus also caused an unprecedentedly rapid response from the research community facing the unknown health challenge of potentially enormous proportions. Unfortunately, the experimental research to understand the molecular mechanisms behind the viral infection and to design a vaccine or antivirals is costly and takes months to develop. To expedite the advancement of our knowledge we leverage the data about the related coronaviruses that is readily available in public databases, and integrate these data into a single computational pipeline. As a result, we provide a comprehensive structural genomics and interactomics road-maps of 2019-nCoV and use these information to infer the possible functional differences and similarities with the related SARS coronavirus. All data are made publicly available to the research community at

1. Alignment

2. Models of individual proteins

3. Models of intra-viral protein complexes

4. Models of viral-human protein complexes

5. Functional mapping

6. Model of viral interactome

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Cui H, Gao Z, Liu M, Lu S, Mo S, Mkandawire W, Narykov O, Srinivasan S, and Korkin D. "Structural genomics and interactomics of 2019 Wuhan novel coronavirus, 2019-nCoV, indicate evolutionary conserved functional regions of viral proteins", 2020, preprint

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