Computed Atlas of Surface Topography of proteins
Please cite this paper if you publish or present results using CASTp analysis: Joe Dundas et al., Nucleic Acids Res. 2006 Jul 1; 34: W116–W118.
For questions and bugs, please contact uic.lianglab{at} .

The CASTpyMOL plugin allows for the visualization of surfaces and voids identified from CASTp using PyMOL. We would like to thank Sebastien Moretti for suggesting the plugin and Andrew Binkowski and Joe Dundas for implementing and maintaining previous versions of CASTpyMOL. The CASTpyMOL v3.0 is maintained by Wei Tian.

Download CASTpyMOL 3.1

You can download the plugin through the above link, and install it using the plugin manager of PyMol.

Once installed, you can use the plugin to either view a protein and its pockets from the CASTp server through its PDB or job id, or view your local results generated by the CASTp server.