Making sense of PDB data with PDBe-KB


Overview

Are you a bit overwhelmed by all the structural data in the PDB? Would you like to more easily identify functional sites in protein structures? Then this could be the session for you. In this session we will introduce PDBe Knowledge Base (PDBe-KB), a new, community-based resource which brings together PDB data and functional annotations in innovative ways. The first output from PDBe-KB are the aggregated views of proteins, which present all the structural data available for a specific protein. This includes structural coverage, ligand interaction sites, protein-protein contacts, and functional annotations from a range of external databases. You will learn how to access these pages, navigate the various sections, and understand how to do more in-depth analysis of data in the PDB. This session is aimed at people who work on proteins or protein-related data, and would like to find structural data to help support their work. This is an interactive online session that is presented remotely using GoToTraining. At the end of this session you will be able to:

●  access PDBe-KB pages for your protein of interest
●  identify which PDB entries are best for your needs
●  analyse ligand and protein-protein interaction sites
●  compare external functional annotations with data from known PDB structures
●  extract large volumes of relevant data for further analysis

Technical requirements

●  Google Chrome
●  A microphone and (ideally) a webcam

Register here: https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/5263008521805557761

Contact: Marta Lloret 


Date/Time
21 Nov, 2019
11:00 - 14:00

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