PSI Structural Biology Knowledgebase

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The Structural Biology Knowledgebase (SBKB) is a free, comprehensive resource that offers a way of keeping abreast of developments both by the PSI and more generally in the fields of structural genomics and structural biology. It is updated weekly to gather the latest structures, models, targets, and annotations from over 100 data sources.

The SBKB serves as a continually updated portal to research data and other resources from the PSI.
From 2008-2015, Nature Publishing Group provided a monthly update with synopses of important research advances, as well as news and events in structural biology.

The Protein Structure Initiative

The PSI is a federal, university, and industry effort aimed at dramatically reducing the costs and lessening the time it takes to determine a three-dimensional protein structure. The long-range goal of the PSI is to make the three-dimensional atomic-level structures of most proteins easily obtainable from knowledge of their corresponding DNA sequences. The PSI strives to gain biological insights from new structures and to help the broad biomedical research community make use of PSI research findings. For more information, please visit our About PSI page.

Structural Biology Knowledgebase ISSN: 1758-1338
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