The Protein Coil Library: The Derived Unordered Fragment Library

Coil Library News

  • September 17, 2004
    The coil library has been updated to support more advanced PDB parsing features: residue insertion codes are now supported, and gaps in the protein chain are identified more cleanly.

  • September 17, 2004
    Two policy choices have been applied to files stored in the library: First, when alternate conformations are stored, only the first conformation is retained for the fragment PDB file. Second, when multiple NMR models are given, only the first model stored in the PDB file is used for calculations. All other alternate conformation and model data is ignored. These choices may not be correct in all circumstances, but they result in the cleanest fragments for later analysis.

  • September 20, 2004
    The internally-generated PISCES lists now use the new version of PISCES, which uses structural alignments for proteins with relatively low sequence identities. More information can be found here.

  • September 19, 2016
    Yes, we're still here! The coil library server has once again been updated to include new PISCES lists. Thanks to the Dunbrack lab for resuming their automatic updates!

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