The SRS 3D module: integrating structures, sequences and features
Authors: Seán I. O'Donoghue; Joachim E. W. Meyer; Andrea Schafferhans; Karsten Fries
Source: Bioinformatics, Volume 20, Number 15, 12 October 2004 , pp. 2476-2478(3)
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Abstract:Summary: In this paper we present SRS 3D, a new service that allows users to easily and rapidly find all related structures for a given target sequence; structures can then be viewed together with sequences, alignments and sequence features (currently from UniProt, InterPro and PDB). Extensive user feedback confirms that SRS 3D is intuitive and useful especially for those not expert in structures.Availability: An SRS 3D server is provided at http://srs3d.ebi.ac.uk/Supplementary information: Complete documentation is available (click the Help button after login). Product information can be found at http://www.lionbioscience.com/SRS3D/products/srs/srs-3d
Document Type: Research article
Publication date: 2004-10-12
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