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Bioinformatician job with EMBL | 1401746299

Are you creative, curious, and ambitious and like to tackle challenging biological data analysis problems? We have an exciting opportunity for a bioinformatician interested in structural biological data and functional annotations to work within the Protein Data Bank in Europe Team (PDBe) at the European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI). In this…

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A guide to analysing binding sites in protein structures

This webinar gives an introduction to the information required to effectively interpret ligand binding sites in protein structures. It will highlight tools available at the Protein Data Bank in Europe (PDBe) and PDBe Knowledge Base (PDBe-KB) to analyse ligand binding pockets and interactions. It will also highlight how this information…

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Beauty at a molecular level

About PDBe > News > 2022 Calendar: Beauty at a molecular level 2022 Calendar: Beauty at a molecular level ‘Tis the season for the new PDBe calendar! Our calendar for 2022 is now available to view and print – just in time for the New Year. The PDBe calendar for 2022 is…

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PDBe Download Service for bulk download of data

The PDBe pages provide a number of tools and visualisations to support analysis and understanding of PDB structures, however sometimes it is still necessary for users to have access to the data files. We have now introduced a file download service, allowing users to easily download coordinates and related data…

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Bioinformatician – Hinxton | Mendeley Careers

We are looking for a structural bioinformatician who is interested in developing methods for protein structure analysis to identify biologically relevant conformational states and link these to macromolecular function. The post holder will join the Velankar team at EMBL-EBI on a 3-year collaborative project between Protein Data Bank in Europe…

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PDBe-KB: collaboratively defining the biological context of structural data

The Protein Data Bank in Europe – Knowledge Base (PDBe-KB, pdbe-kb.org) is an open collaboration between world-leading specialist data resources contributing functional and biophysical annotations derived from or relevant to the Protein Data Bank (PDB). The goal of PDBe-KB is to place macromolecular structure data in their biological context by…

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Faster way to download PDBe PISA data

Faster way to download PDBe PISA data 1 I’m downloading PDBe PISA data as advised on the download page, via successive calls with lists of PDB codes such as www.ebi.ac.uk/pdbe/pisa/cgi-bin/interfaces.pisa?1kq1,4foj,3ga7,4err etc. The download time seems to be varying (in the last few sets of 50 interfaces it’s been between 3…

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how to download interface generated with PDBe PISA?

how to download interface generated with PDBe PISA? 1 I have a list of monomers, only one chain in the asymmetric unit of PBD entry. I want to generate crystal interface for these monomers using PISA server. I can do it online and download manually the interface with the larget…

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[ccp4bb] Bioinformatician position at PDBe

Dear Colleagues, We have an exciting opportunity for a bioinformatician interested in structural biological data and functional annotations to work within the Protein Data Bank in Europe Team (PDBe) at the European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI). The work includes standardising post translational modification information within the PDB archive in collaboration with…

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See how students fused art and science for stunning 2021 PDB Art project

They are the building blocks of life – and their extraordinary structures have inspired these striking artworks from students in Cambridge and beyond. Each year, art students are invited to create pieces based on the Protein Data Bank in Europe (PDBe) – and this year’s work has gone on display…

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Stunning artworks from Cambridge school students inspired by Protein Data Bank to be exhibited

An exhibition of stunning artwork by students inspired by structures in the Protein Data Bank in Europe (PDBe) will be launched today (Friday, October 1). Hundreds of pupils from schools including The Perse and The Leys in Cambridge, Saffron Walden County High and Thomas Gainsborough in Sudbury created pieces for…

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3D-Beacons Network: protein structure data, all in one place

3D-Beacons Network acts as a one-stop shop for protein structures by combining and standardising data from several providers Cryo-EM structure of the BRCA1-UbcH5c/BARD1 E3-E2 module bound to a nucleosome. Image obtained from PDBe A new platform called 3D-Beacons Network brings together experimentally determined and predicted protein structure models and related…

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Apply for AlphaFold DB Full-Stack Web Developer in Essex

We are looking for a full-stack web developer interested in structural biological data and predicted structures in the AlphaFold Protein Structure Database (AlphaFold DB) to join the Velankar team at the European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI). This is an exciting opportunity to work as part of EMBL and DeepMind’s new partnership…

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Ligand GNP bound in PDB entry 7obq ‹ Protein Data Bank in Europe (PDBe) ‹ EMBL-EBI

  The above 2D and 3D (Mol*) views of ligand interactions use quaternary structure derived from the PDB entry. Please note: Some chain IDs in the tooltip are followed by a number in square brackets. This number corresponds to the operation ID (mmCIF ‘oper_expression’) used to transform the chain. The…

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how to find interference residue

how to find interference residue 1 Are you asking about interacting residue in protein-protein interfaces? If so, this server takes a PDB file and will calculate the interface residues. www.ebi.ac.uk/pdbe/pisa/ Login before adding your answer. Traffic: 1660 users visited in the last hour Read more here: Source link

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