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Genome3D: exploiting structure to help users understand their sequences.

Lewis TE, Sillitoe I, Andreeva A, Blundell TL, Buchan DW, Chothia C, Cozzetto D, Dana JM, Filippis I, Gough J, Jones DT, Kelley LA, Kleywegt GJ, Minneci F, Mistry J, Murzin AG, Ochoa-Montaño B, Oates ME, Punta M, Rackham OJ, Stahlhacke J, Sternberg MJ, Velankar S, Orengo C - Nucleic Acids Res. (2014)

Bottom Line: We have improved and extended the Genome3D data, enlarging the source data set from three model organisms to 10, and adding VIVACE, a resource new to Genome3D.We have analysed and updated Genome3D's SCOP/CATH mapping.Finally, we have improved the superposition tools, which now give users a more powerful interface for investigating similarities and differences between structural models.

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Affiliation: Institute of Structural and Molecular Biology, UCL, 636 Darwin Building, Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT, UK.

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Coverage of UniProt sequences in each genome by the number of resources providing at least one structural model for the sequence. ‘Pfam (single domain)’ denotes the new data set of sequences representing Pfam families, as discussed in the main text.
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Figure 2: Coverage of UniProt sequences in each genome by the number of resources providing at least one structural model for the sequence. ‘Pfam (single domain)’ denotes the new data set of sequences representing Pfam families, as discussed in the main text.

Mentions: Figures 1 and 2 show Genome3D's coverage of the 10 genomes and of the 2 new Pfam sets (described above).


Genome3D: exploiting structure to help users understand their sequences.

Lewis TE, Sillitoe I, Andreeva A, Blundell TL, Buchan DW, Chothia C, Cozzetto D, Dana JM, Filippis I, Gough J, Jones DT, Kelley LA, Kleywegt GJ, Minneci F, Mistry J, Murzin AG, Ochoa-Montaño B, Oates ME, Punta M, Rackham OJ, Stahlhacke J, Sternberg MJ, Velankar S, Orengo C - Nucleic Acids Res. (2014)

Coverage of UniProt sequences in each genome by the number of resources providing at least one structural model for the sequence. ‘Pfam (single domain)’ denotes the new data set of sequences representing Pfam families, as discussed in the main text.
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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Figure 2: Coverage of UniProt sequences in each genome by the number of resources providing at least one structural model for the sequence. ‘Pfam (single domain)’ denotes the new data set of sequences representing Pfam families, as discussed in the main text.
Mentions: Figures 1 and 2 show Genome3D's coverage of the 10 genomes and of the 2 new Pfam sets (described above).

Bottom Line: We have improved and extended the Genome3D data, enlarging the source data set from three model organisms to 10, and adding VIVACE, a resource new to Genome3D.We have analysed and updated Genome3D's SCOP/CATH mapping.Finally, we have improved the superposition tools, which now give users a more powerful interface for investigating similarities and differences between structural models.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Institute of Structural and Molecular Biology, UCL, 636 Darwin Building, Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT, UK.

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