The Vajda Lab has recently developed and released FTMove, a new automated web server for that can be used to simultaneously analyze multiple structures of a protein. From an input PDB code, the server identifies all structures of the protein available in the PDB, maps them with the FTMap algorithm, and then outputs the predicted binding sites in each structure. FTMove enables users to investigate the relationship between protein conformation and binding site strength, and is capable of identifying orthosteric and allosteric binding sites. The FTMove server is publicly available for non-commercial use at https://ftmove.bu.edu.
To read more about the algorithm, a paper detailing the method has been published in the Journal of Molecular Biology.