I want to connect proteins together to form a dimer. As seen in the picture, the monomers come close to each other along the edge of the higher-order structure (forget about the sulfate there). How can I find out, where I need to introduce an Xaa->Cys mutation so that the most stable disulfide bond is formed between the proteins? It is easy to get a visual clue where about a mutation might be good, but is there a good computational method to calculate the energies and scan through some possibilities?
(I would also go with hydrophobic or van de Waals interactions. Basically, I just want to glue those proteins together.)