Scientists are working to understand the sequence, structure, and function relationships of biological macromolecules like proteins, DNA, and RNA. These resource lists show what lies within the SBKB as well as guide you to web servers useful for research.
An immunoglobulin protein with a role in antigen-independent T-cell signaling dimerizes via a strand-swapped interface.read more
Structural characterization of CDK2AP1 reveals a disordered N-terminal region and a four-helix C-terminal domain.read more
The identification of the first N-6-methyladenine deaminase from the NCBI database of prokaryotic genomes highlights the value of the database to the experimental annotation of novel enzymes.read more
When the Sum Is Greater than the Parts Integration of low-resolution approaches yields functional and evolutionary insights into the NPC.read more
Structural characterization of a gut microbe dehydrogenase illuminates cofactor specificity and mechanism of proton relay.read more