: The recent advances in structural biology, combined with continuously increasing computational capabilities and development of advanced softwares, have drastically simplified the workflow for protein homology modeling. Modeling of individual proteins is nowadays quick and straightforward for a large variety of protein targets, thanks to guided pipelines relying on advanced computational tools and user-friendly interfaces, which have extended and promoted the use of modeling also to scientists not focusing on molecular structures of proteins. Nevertheless, construction of models of multi-protein complexes remains quite challenging for the non-experts, often due to the usage of specific procedures depending on the system under investigation and the need for experimental validation approaches to strengthen the generated output.In this chapter, we provide a brief overview of the approaches enabling generation of multi-protein complex models starting from homology models of individual protein components. Using real-life examples, we include two examples to guide the reader in the generation of homomeric and heteromeric protein models.
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