Brookhaven Protein Data Base

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Brookhaven Protein Data Base

The BPDB archive’s experimental findings describing to (the point of) atomic resolution, the 3D structures of > 3000 proteins, nucleic acids and other biological macromolecules.

With advances in storage and hardware speed, older standards are often retired. The name changed to Protein Data Bank and resides in Cambridge instead of Long Island, New York.
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The Protein Data Bank (PDB) research is being conducted at the University of California, San Diego, in collaboration with the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC).
The crystal structure of one of these drugs bound to CA II has recently been deposited in the Protein Data Bank.
Likewise, when browsing the Protein Data Bank (Berman et al.
Responsibility for the Protein Data Bank has formally shifted from Brookhaven National Laboratory to the Research Collaboratory for Structural Bioinformatics three months ahead of schedule.
And a protein data bank containing 700,000 amino acids can be searched in less than 10 minutes.
Compared to thousands of known structures in the Protein Data Bank, the worldwide structure database, Protein M appeared to be unique.
Further, integrating data from FORMA s X-ray crystallography efforts across product pipeline targets with CS-Map technology interrogation of the surfaces for all human proteins in the Protein Data Bank (PDB) (~16,000) enabled the design and synthesis of shape-directed compound libraries biased toward shapes of druggable pockets on protein surfaces.
If the protein has a link to the Protein Data Bank (PDB), clicking one of the entries will open a new window at the PDB site (Table 1).
Other links lead to the Department of Energy's site on pharmacogenomics, the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America's genomics resource guide, the Human Genetic Cell Repository, dbSNP (a database of single-nucleotide polymorphisms), the Protein Data Bank, and PharmGKB.
NIST has completed the production of the latest Protein Data Bank (PDB) CD-ROM set.
As co-director of the crystallography group of the Northeast Structural Genomics, Hunt has co-authored almost 500 depositions into the Protein Data Bank and focused a major effort on understanding the physiochemical properties controlling protein crystallization.
Polbase was funded by a SBIR grant from the NIH (R44GM087021) and builds upon a number of public resources, including PubMed and the Protein Data Bank (PDB), without attempting to duplicate them.