RCSB and RSC CICAG workshop on the PDB
For any scientists working with biomolecules be it, medicinal chemist, structural biologist, biochemist etc. the most valuable source of primary structural information is the Protein Data Bank (PDB). This resource has now been running for 50 years so it very timely to hear about the history of the RCSB PDB and the different components that make up the repository both from a depositor and a user. The second workshop describes some of the recent changes in particular the development of Mol* a 3D viewer capable of rendering from macromolecular assemblies down to atomic details.
- History of the Protein Data Bank (PDB) and the Worldwide PDB Stephen K. Burley, RCSB Protein Data Bank
- PDBx/mmCIF Data Standard and PDB Data Deposition with OneDep Ezra Peisach and Jasmine Young
- Small Molecules in the PDB -talk + tutorial Chenghua Shao, RCSB Protein Data Bank
- OneDep Tutorial - Jasmine Young and Ezra Peisach
- wwPDB Validation: Assessing the Quality of PDB structures John Berrisford, Protein Data Bank in Europe
- How to Interpret the Quality of a PDB Structure using the wwPDB validation report - tutorial David Armstrong/John Berrisford/Jack Turner, Protein Data Bank in Europe
- 3D Visualisation of PDB Data with the Mol* viewer -James Tolchard, Protein Data Bank in Europe
- Impact of AI and Future of PDB Data: Next Generation PDB Archive - Sameer Velankar, Protein Data Bank in Europe
- Round Table Discussion - Sameer Velankar, Protein Data Bank in Europe, Stephen K. Burley, RCSB Protein Data Bank
This is part of the RSC CICAG workshops on Open Chemical Sciences, all 17 workshops are on the RSC CICAG YouTube playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBQwbn0mPhvWfOx6ce_vUjr54ftLBmSH0.
If you have any suggestions (or would like to volunteer) for future workshops feel free to get in touch.
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