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PDBe-KB COVID-19 data portal - aggregated views for proteins

16 Jun 2020

COVID-19 data on PDBe-KB pages now focused around specific proteins

We have now added dedicated pages to the PDBe-KB COVID-19 data portal that display all structural data for specific, mature proteins, therefore making it easier for users to find the exact information they need to support the development of vaccines and therapeutics to compact this pandemic.

 

PDBe-KB COVID-19 pages

06 May 2020

More download options and antibody annotations on the PDBe-KB COVID-19 pages

We recently announced the new PDBe-KB COVID-19 data portal (pdbe.org/covid19), allowing users to easily access a wealth of structural data from the SARS-CoV-2 virus. We have now added annotations on antibody classifications and details of peptide inhibitor molecules to the interactions section. In addition, we have also extended the bulk download options to entries with specific ligands or macromolecular interactions.

New ProtVista and LigEnv components at PDBe

23 Apr 2020

Test the new sequence and ligand components at PDBe

 

We are delighted to offer two new components available for beta testing on our PDBe entry pages: the ProtVista sequence component on the PDBe macromolecules pages and the LigEnv component on the ligands and environments pages.

Try the ProtVista component on our macromolecules page here.

PDBe-KB COVID-19 Data Portal - more features added

17 Apr 2020

Download service and similar proteins data added to PDBe-KB COVID-19 pages

We recently announced the new PDBe-KB COVID-19 data portal, allowing users to easily access a wealth of structural data from the SARS-CoV-2 virus. We have now added more functionality to these pages, allowing bulk download of all relevant PDB structures and highlighting all the PDB entries with high sequence identity to SARS-CoV-2 proteins.

PDBe-KB COVID-19 data portal

03 Apr 2020

New PDBe-KB COVID-19 Data Portal

Our new PDBe-KB COVID-19 data portal brings together all available PDB data from SARS-CoV-2 structures, to help researchers easily identify important structural features to support the development of treatments and vaccines.

Visit the PDBe-KB COVID-19 data portal

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30 Mar 2020

wwPDB biocuration priorities during the COVID-19 pandemic

The wwPDB is reviewing and prioritising its biocuration activities, in the face of potentially reduced staff capacity during the COVID-19 pandemic.

PDBe-KB aggregated views for proteins - improved visualisation

21 Feb 2020

Improved visualisation and more at the aggregated views of proteins from PDBe-KB

We are always looking for innovative and helpful ways to display the data on PDBe-KB’s protein-centric pages. We have now introduced a number of visualisation improvements, including adding the new Mol* viewer, emphasising key interaction sites, highlighting residue conflicts between PDB and UniProt, and integration of the PDBe search bar into these PDBe-KB pages.

 

Designing our new ligand pages at PDBe-KB

18 Feb 2020

Help us design PDBe-KB's aggregated views of small molecules

PDBe-KB is a community-driven resource managed by the Protein Data Bank in Europe (PDBe) team, integrating functional annotations and structure data in the PDB archive. Recently, we started providing aggregated views of available structure data and annotations for individual proteins. Now, we aim to develop similar aggregated views focusing on small molecules (i.e. ligands) in the PDB.

wwPDB news release - NMR data distribution

20 Jan 2020

Distribution of NMR data in a unified format at the PDB archive

The wwPDB partners are pleased to announce that as of March 2020 the OneDep system will begin accepting upload of NMR experimental data as a single file, either in NMR-STAR or NEF format.

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11 Jan 2020

EMDB policy and procedures document now available

A comprehensive policy and procedures document for the EMDB archive has been drawn up by the EMDB team in order to ensure consistent and coherent rules for its data. The document is now available to view on the EMDB website.

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