CCL: ODP: search PDB databank by a fragment of amino acid sequence

 Sent to CCL by: Marcin Feder []
 Email:  mailto:Marcin.Feder(!)
 Dear Michael,
 you can use regular BLAST for this purpouse i.e. the one at . Just select the
 "protein blast" as a program to use and set database to "Protein
 Data Bank proteins (PDB)".
 Hope this helps,
 Marcin Feder
 [!)] w imieniu Michael
 Shokhen shokhen-, [owner-chemistry(!)]
 Wysłano: 23 marca 2011 16:20
 Do: Marcin Feder
 Temat: CCL: search PDB databank by a fragment of amino acid sequence
 Sent to CCL by: "Michael  Shokhen" [shokhen,+,]
 Dear colleagues,
 I have a peptide (10-15 amino acids).
 I would appreciate if anybody could address me to a software tool
 aimed at searching of the PDB databank for proteins containing
 this amino acid fragment.
 Thank you,
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