databases of high-res structs

Dombo Journal Est. 1893 dumbo at xray.bmc.uu.se
Thu Oct 8 12:08:46 EST 1998


i always use Uwe Hobohm's PDB Select list, e.g. the ~25%
identity, better than 3.0 Å list:

ftp://ftp.embl-heidelberg.de/pub/databases/pdb_select/1998_june.25.gz

just throw away the NMR structures, and the low-resolution
and/or high R-value crystal structures, and you get what you
wanted

--gerard

In article <361C2FA8.B8B at spork.niddk.nih.gov>, John Kuszewski
<johnk at spork.niddk.nih.gov> wrote:
;->Hi y'all,
;->
;->Can anyone direct me to some lists of high-resolution
;->(2.0 A or better), low-R-factor protein structures 
;->that have low homology to each other?  The more structures
;->in the list, the better.
;->
;->Thanks a bunch,
;->JK

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Gerard J. Kleywegt
Department of Molecular Biology, Biomedical Centre,
Uppsala University, Uppsala, SWEDEN
mailto:gerard at xray.bmc.uu.se *** http://alpha2.bmc.uu.se/usf/



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