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The Nucleic Acid Database: new features and capabilities

Buvaneswari Coimbatore Narayanan, John Westbrook, Saheli Ghosh, Anton I. Petrov, Blake Sweeney, Craig L. Zirbel, Neocles B. Leontis, Helen M. Berman
2013 Nucleic Acids Research  
The Nucleic Acid Database (NDB) (http://ndbserver. is a web portal providing access to information about 3D nucleic acid structures and their complexes. In addition to primary data, the NDB contains derived geometric data, classifications of structures and motifs, standards for describing nucleic acid features, as well as tools and software for the analysis of nucleic acids. A variety of search capabilities are available, as are many different types of reports. This article
more » ... s the recent redesign of the NDB Web site with special emphasis on new RNA-derived data and annotations and their implementation and integration into the search capabilities.
doi:10.1093/nar/gkt980 pmid:24185695 pmcid:PMC3964972 fatcat:esxry52pmrgypcdyvlgjagjtaq

Trendspotting in the Protein Data Bank

Helen M. Berman, Buvaneswari Coimbatore Narayanan, Luigi Di Costanzo, Shuchismita Dutta, Sutapa Ghosh, Brian P. Hudson, Catherine L. Lawson, Ezra Peisach, Andreas Prlić, Peter W. Rose, Chenghua Shao, Huanwang Yang (+2 others)
2013 FEBS Letters  
The Protein Data Bank (PDB) was established in 1971 as a repository for the three dimensional structures of biological macromolecules. Since then, more than 85 000 biological macromolecule structures have been determined and made available in the PDB archive. Through analysis of the corpus of data, it is possible to identify trends that can be used to inform us abou the future of structural biology and to plan the best ways to improve the management of the ever-growing amount of PDB data.
doi:10.1016/j.febslet.2012.12.029 pmid:23337870 pmcid:PMC4068610 fatcat:pc6muagsrzh6lcqjm4ewkct5sa