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  • You'll find SBGrid in 275 structural biology labs located at 85 different institutions in 18 countries around the world. See full map and read more in eLIFE.

  • Kevin Corbett's structure of C. elegans PCH-2. Read the story and watch the animated gif.

  • The thrombin:anophelin complex (PNAS 109, E3649-E3658) from the lab of Pedro José Barbosa Pereira. Read more about Dr. Pereira's background and current research in our recent webtale.

  • A hexameric building block of the capsid of the Bovine Leukemia Virus from Alejandro Buschiazzo's group.

  • Water molecules from an EM structure. Read more in our story on Bridget Carragher and Clint Potter from the New York Structural Biology Center.

  • Jennifer Doudna's Cas9 enzyme in the CRISPR pathway, published in Science Read more in her webtale.

  • Professor Catherine Drennan of MIT

    The SBGrid Consortium provides structural biologists worldwide with access to the software they need to discover the shapes of the molecules of life. Read more in eLIFE.

  • The chromatophore vesicle of purple bacteria comprises hundreds of cooperating proteins to convert sunlight into chemical energy. Image Credit: J. Stone, M. Sener, K. Schulten. Read more.

  • Jalview Developer Geoff Barton's desk with the JalviewAbacus (right) and displayed a dendrogram (tree) for the set of sequences shown in the alignment, using Jalview linked to Chimera. Read the full story here.

  • A crystal structure from James Berger's group shows how the heterohexameric origin recognition complex (ORC) can switch between two conformations.

  • From Michael Sattler's group: the ternary complex involving the tandem RNA recognition motif domains of Sxl, a cold-shock domain of the protein Unr bound to a specific RNA sequence motif. Read the details.

  •  Project MAC display system, circa 1965,

    The Project MAC display system, circa 1965. Read more about the history of molecular graphics software and UCSF Chimera in our SBGrid Tale featuring Bob Langridge and Tom Ferrin.

Recent Software Updates:

Name Description Date
EMAN2

EMAN2 is a scientific image processing suite with a particular focus on single particle reconstruction from cryoEM images. EMAN2 is a complete refactoring of the origi...

Jun 27
SPHIRE

(SParx for HIgh Resolution Electron microscopy) is designed for easy access to cryo-electron microscopy using statistical resampling to attain quality assessment and r...

Jun 27
Schrodinger

a suite of tools for small molecule drug discovery. The Schrodinger Suite runs on Linux and Mac workstations, but due to it’s size, it is not included in our default ...

Jun 27
Geneious

a powerful and comprehensive suite of molecular biology tools.

SBGrid members from academic/non-profit laboratories share a 10-seat license for this suite of tools.

Jun 27
DOCK

a molecular docking application used to a) predict binding modes of small molecule-protein complexes; b) search databases of ligands for compounds that inhibit enzyme ...

Jun 27
BUSTER

a software system containing crystallographic structure refinement using Bayesian statistical methods (BUSTER), ligand fitting (rhofit) and a fully automated pipeline ...

Jun 27
autoPROC

combines third-party processing programs with new tools for automated data processing of single-sweep, multi-sweep and multi-crystal X-ray diffraction data.

Jun 27
Thanks to the National Science Foundation

With Partial Support from the National Science Foundation Research Coordination Network MCB #0639193 and NSF EAGER #1448069. Please cite SBGrid's eLife paper and follow our publication guidelines.

Latest news

SBGrid Lunch Break with Trent Balius

Join us on June 20th to hear from Trent Balius, Postdoctoral Scholar, Shoichet Lab in University of California, San Francisco on DOCK: Where it is and where its going.
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SBGrid Lunch Break with Jesse Hopkins

Join us on July 25th to hear from Jesse Hopkins, Postdoctoral Researcher at Cornell University will talk about Analyzing Biological Small Angle X-ray Scattering Data Using RAW.

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