The study of protein structure was the focus of the next two talks by UCSD's Andreas Prlic of the Protein Data Bank and Ian Kaufman representing the Center for Computational Mass Spectrometry, while the Ocean Observing Initiative Cyberinfrastructure's Matthew Arrott focused on ocean observing as a big-data science with strong dependency on high-bandwidth networking.
What does PDB stand for?
PDB stands for Protein Data Bank
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As of 2009, the Protein Data Bank (PDB) had almost 53,000 three-dimensional structures of protein molecules and nucleic acids.
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.
We started our research by visiting the Protein Data Bank website (www.
The IT7V Zn-[alpha]-2-glycoprotein:baculo-ZAG PEG 200 structure was downloaded from the RCSB Protein Data Bank (1).
In fact the number of sequences entered into public databases over the last several years is increasing at a much faster pace than the number of determined structures entered into the Protein Data Bank.
40452 Domains organized into: --2327 Families --1294 superfamilies --800 folds Correspond to 20619 Protein Data Bank entries.
In fact, of the 1,273 structures submitted to the Protein Data Bank in the first quarter of 2004, 84% were the result of x-ray crystallography experiments and only 13% of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy, the other major technique for determining molecular structures.