Structural genomics is a worldwide initiative aimed
at quickly determining a large number of protein structures using
X-ray crystallographic and NMR technologies. These structures are
being determined in a high throughput mode as the study of
protein structure is central in molecular biology and in the
understanding of disease.
Structural Genomics Initiatives
- Worldwide Structural Genomics Initiatives:
Worldwide contributing centers with links to their resources,
as well as reports for each center including target lists,
target status progress, targets in the PDB, and
sequence redundancy analyses.
Information on the progress of the production and solution of structures.
PepcDB extends the content of TargetDB with status history, stop conditions, reusable text protocols and contact information collected from the PSI
Functional Annotation Sites