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Collects NMR data from any experiment and captures assigned chemical shifts, coupling constants, and peak lists for a variety of macromolecules; contains derived annotations such as hydrogen exchange rates, pKa values, and relaxation parameters.
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ADIT-NMR and EMDep Deposition Systems to Be Retired, Effective September 30th 2016
In January 2014, the wwPDB launched a unified deposition, annotation, and validation system (RCSB PDB | PDBe | PDBj) for structures determined using X-ray crystallography. More than 14000 structures have been deposited, annotated, and validated using this system, with more than 9000 structures already released into the PDB archive. The new system uses the PDBx/mmCIF data format, which produces more uniform data, supports replacement of data files pre- and post-deposition, enhances communication with depositors, enables improved annotation, and provides validation reports based on recommendations from wwPDB expert task forces. Improvements to this system are regularly incorporated in response to user feedback. Detailed information and video tutorials are available.Read more