Michelanglo — Name to PDB
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This convenient form simply searches for PDBs that match your protein, while for a more comprehensive search use the PDB database .
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For more information about choosing a model see documentation.
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Two pieces of information are presented here to help you choose: the first is the length of the protein and the second is the partners if any in the structure.
Proteins can be crystallised with ligands or binding partners and it is often beneficial to choose a specific one.
Step 2 Configure initial view
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Residue numbering mismatchThe residue numbers in the PDB file and those in Uniprot differ for some chains
Press here to make the residues in the structure to match Uniprot (irreversible):
Predicted modelThis structure is from Swiss-Model. It is a computational model generated by threaded against a crystallised structure (Swissmodel docs ). It may be incorrect. E.g. missing ligands or broken cysteine bonds.
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The asymmetric state of crystal structures do not always reflect the oligomerisation of the protein or there may be unneeded chains.
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