PDBsum Pictorial database of 3D structures in the Protein Data Bank
PDBsum is a pictorial database that provides an at-a-glance overview of the contents of each 3D structure deposited in the Protein Data Bank (PDB). It shows the molecule(s) that make up the structure (ie protein chains, DNA, ligands and metal ions) and schematic diagrams of the interactions between them. Read more ...
Scans all TITLE, HEADER, COMPND, SOURCE and AUTHOR records in the PDB (eg to find a given protein by name).
Perform FASTA search vs all sequences in the PDB to get a list of the closest matches.
The development of PDBsum has been partly funded by the Wellcome Trust
101,280 entries, including
Last update: 1 March, 2014
In-house version for companies to process own structures (see below left)
Enzyme 3D structures organized by the E.C. numbering hierarchy.
Structures of drugs and their target proteins in the PDB.
Searches sequence against all PDB sequences and structurally annotates alignment.
Prediction of protein function from 3D structure.
Graphs of protein sequences having related Pfam domain architectures.