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The PDBbind version 2018 is just released (12/10/2018)Dear researchers,Here we announce another new release of the PDBbind database, i.e. version 2018. The PDBbind database aims at providing a comprehensive collection of experimentally measured binding affinity data for all biomolecular complexes deposited in the Protein Data Bank. The PDBbind database was originally released to the public in May 2004. It is now updated annually to keep up with the growth of the Protein Data Bank. PDBbind version 2018 is the twelfth release since this database was moved to the PDBbind-CN web server in 2007.This database is currently accessible at the PDBbind-CN web server (http://www.pdbbind-cn.org/). Version 2018 provides binding affinity data for a total of 19,588 biomolecular complexes in PDB, including protein-ligand (16,151), nucleic acid-ligand (125), protein-nucleic acid (896), and protein-protein complexes (2,416). The total of binding data has increased by 9.4% since version 2017. All binding data are curated from original references rather than cited from other data sources.For the users' convenience, we also provide processed structural files for the protein-ligand complexes included in PDBbind, which can be readily utilized by many molecular modeling software.The basic information of each complex, including binding data, at the PDBbind-CN server is open to access. Registration is necessary only if the user wants to use the advanced services on this web site or to download data in bulk (such as the CASF benchmark). Registration is also free of charge for all academic and industrial users. We will appreciate it if you spread this message amongyour colleagues. Your comments are always welcome by us to improve this database further!Best regards,The PDBbind team@Prof. Renxiao Wang's groupState Key Laboratory of Bioorganic Chemistry and Natural Products ChemistryShanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry, Chinese Academy of SciencesShanghai, P. R. China>> Back to List