Tertiary structure databases | Protein structure data analysis
Protein tertiary structure database gather information on experimental or predicted protein 3D structures, such as spatial positions of membrane-bound peptides, domain insertions, molecular structures, energies and properties.
Helps students and researchers to understand all aspects of biomedicine and agriculture, from protein synthesis to health and disease. RCSB PDB is a database that provides a resource powered by the Protein Data Bank (PDB) archive - information about the 3D shapes of proteins, nucleic acids, and complex assemblies. Users can perform simple and complex queries on the data, analyze, and visualize the results.
Consists of a derived database merging information from three-dimensional structures and one-dimensional sequences of proteins. HSSP is a resource of aligned sequence families, but also a database of implied secondary and tertiary structures. It can be useful for analyzing residue conservation in structural context, for defining structurally meaningful sequence patterns and, in general, for studying protein evolution, folding and design.
Manages the deposition, processing and distribution of the Protein Data Bank (PDB) archive. wwPDB is a repository for the coordinates and related information for more than 38 000 structures, including proteins, nucleic acids and large macromolecular complexes. This resource maintains a single archive of macromolecular structural data that are freely and publicly available to the global community.
Provides spatial positions of membrane-bound peptides and proteins of known 3D structure in the lipid bilayer. OPM is a curated web resource which contains more than 1200 transmembrane and peripheral proteins and peptides from approximately 350 organisms that represent approximately 3800 Protein Data Bank (PDB) entries. The database also indicates structural classification, topology and intracellular localization.
Stores 3D structures of proteins and other molecules, with descriptive text and hyperlinks that change the adjacently displayed structures to coincide with points made in the text. Proteopedia is a wiki-based web-resource for all scientists who need to utilize three-dimensional (3D) structural information in their research, and for educators requiring a medium for compelling presentation of structure-function relationships. 3D scenes of molecules and molecular complexes can be created easily by Proteopedia users and immediately shared with and viewed by all.
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