[BiO BB] Structural genomics and PDB growth?
idoerg at yahoo.com
Mon Aug 9 15:10:33 EDT 2004
For your first question:
We published something in PSB'04
I don't know about definitive, but it is fairly exhaustive, based on
data which was up-to-date for summer 2003.
PDB will keep growing as long as crystallographers/NMR people have
jobs and have families to feed. Future growth rate, as always, is
estimated by extrapolation. However, come the technological
breakthrough whcih will enable faster solutions for membrane
proteins, the growth rate will probably increase :)
--- Dan Bolser <dmb at mrc-dunn.cam.ac.uk> wrote:
> Can anyone point me at definative literature for estimates of PDB
> and the impact of structural genomics?
> What evidence do we have that the PDB will keep growing? What is
> the best
> current estimate of that growth rate?
> BiO_Bulletin_Board maillist -
> BiO_Bulletin_Board at bioinformatics.org
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