The license for the 2010 backbone-dependent rotamer library have become less restrictive as of July 25, 2019. Now it is same for both academia and industry. The library is free, redistributable, and modifiable as long as you acknowledge the source. See details below.
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You are free:
To Share: To copy, distribute, and use the Database.
To Create: To produce works from the Database.
To Adapt: To modify, transform, and build upon the Database.
As long as you:
Attribute: You must attribute any public use of the Database, or works produced from the Database. That is, in software or in papers, you must acknowledge the source of BBDEP2010 either by a link to the webpage (http://dunbrack.fccc.edu/bbdep2010) or by citation of the paper. For any use or redistribution of the Database, or works produced from it, you must make clear to others the license of the Database and keep intact any notices on the original Database.
Disclaimer: This is not a license. It is simply a handy
reference for understanding the CC BY 4.0 - it is a human-readable
expression of some of its key terms. Read the full BBDEP2010
license for the exact terms that apply.
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