Paper Published: RCSB PDB supporting research and education worldwide

07/16 PDB101 News


Figure 2: Coronavirus protein structures contributed to design of mRNA vaccines and facilitated structure-guided discovery of nirmatrelvir, the active ingredient of Pfizer's Paxlovid anti-viral oral medication.
(2024) IUCrJ 11: 279-286; doi: 10.1107/S2052252524002604

The publication describes how provides important tools and resources to search, visualize, and analyze experimentally-determined 3D biostructures alongside computed structure models of proteins predicted using artificial intelligence/machine learning-based tools. PDB-Dev, a prototype system supporting integrative or hybrid methods structural biology, and RCSB PDB training resources available from PDB-101 are also described.

This article is part of a collection of articles from the IUCr 2023 Congress in Melbourne, Australia, and commemorates the 75th anniversary of the International Union of Crystallography. It describes presentations made by RCSB PDB team members at the meeting in August 2023.

RCSB Protein Data Bank: supporting research and education worldwide through explorations of experimentally determined and computationally predicted atomic level 3D biostructures
Stephen K. Burley, Dennis W. Piehl, Brinda Vallat, Christine Zardecki
(2024) IUCrJ 11: 279-286 doi: 10.1107/S2052252524002604

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