PDBe services for students and teachers 

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Quips 

Interactively explore interesting structures from the PDB archive. Our Quips articles serve as the ideal starting point for students, teachers and other non-specialist users of structural information to explore and understand biomacromolecular structures.

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Tutorials  

Access worked examples that show how PDBe tools and services can be used to answer specific questions in structural biology.

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Teaching materials 

Hands-on activities and teaching resources for A-level and early years undergraduate students and teachers 

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BioBar 

With over 150,000 downloads Biobar is a popular toolbar for Firefox that provides rapid access to more than 45 major biological data resources directly from within your browser.  

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PDB Highlights

Explore PDB entries that are extreme in one sense or another, such as their age, their resolution, the number or length of the macromolecules in them, etc.

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Sequence search 

Perform protein sequence searches and identify similar sequences in the PDB.

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EM resources

Search, visualise and analyse structures in the Electron Microscopy Data Bank (EMDB)

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PDBeChem

Search for chemical components (ligands, small molecules and monomers) that appear in PDB entries.

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PDBeXpress 

Rapid access to protein-ligand interaction statistics.

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UniPDB 

Check the availability and extent of 3D structural coverage of your protein of interest using our UniProt-PDB sequence-coverage widget. You can also include the UniPDB widget in your own webpages.

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PDBeFold

Identify structural homologues in the PDB. PDBe's Secondary Structure Matching service (SSM) allows you to interactively compare, align and superimpose protein structures in 3D.

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PDBePISA

Explore macromolecular (protein, DNA/RNA and ligand) interfaces and predict the quarternary structure of your protein.