Structural Bioinformatics Pharm 201 UCSD Lecture 6

submitted by: Phil

This is lecture 6 from a graduate student class in structural bioinformatics offered at UCSD see http://www.sdsc.edu/pb/edu/pharm201/ Teh title is "the multipolar parametrization: an alternative representation of protein shape/structure" presented by Dr. Apostol Gramada

Structural Bioinformatics Pharm 201 UCSD Lecture 4

submitted by: Phil
This is lecture 4 from a graduate student class in structural bioinformatics offered at UCSD see http://www.sdsc.edu/pb/edu/pharm201/ The topic is "Know How Best to represent Your Data." Historically the PDB format expresses the Lingua Franca of structural bioinformatics, but it has serious flaws. These will be explored and understood in the context of one replacement - mmCIF. Goal: To understand why good data representation is important.

The Past, Present and Future of the Protein Data Bank

submitted by: WomenInBioinformatics

Dr. Helen M. Berman, Director of the Protein Database (PDB), Rutgers University.

Dr. Berman is internationally renowned for her development of protein and nucleic acid databases. Her research interest is in the application of Bioinformatics to protein structure.