eProtS (Encyclopedia of Protein Structures) is a dictionary with pictures of the protein three-dimensional structures, for understanding the tertiary structures and the biological functions for several selected protein molecules that are particularly important for biology. This Web site can be prepared for the general audience. As it is a wiki-based repository of documents, any people can deposit or edit documents as well as browse.
Introduction to biological macromolecules written by Dr. David S. Goodsell of RCSB. A new article will be uploaded every month. The original site at RCSB is here. The Japanese translation at PDBj is in the site below.
"Molecule of the Month" is also introduced in the following journal.
Goodsell DS, Dutta S, Zardecki C, Voigt M, Berman HM, Burley SK (2015) The RCSB PDB “Molecule of the Month”: Inspiring a Molecular View of Biology. PLoS Biol 13(5): e1002140. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1002140
Materials used in the previous workshop and tutorials are available from the site below.
Two types of games about protein are available.
Pelmanism game to search pairs with same amino acid or protein by turning over cards.
This is the "Snake Game". Operate "Ribosome", which construct protein chain, to create the specified peptide sequence. When it crashes to the wall, the life decreases. The game is over when the rest life comes to zero.