An article describing SBGrid's Structural Biology Data Bank (SBDB) appeared in Nature Communications in March 2016. Read the publication Nat Commun. 2016. 7:10882 and also a story on the SBGrid website that gives a more personal slant and some perspective on the impetus for SBDB's development along future directions planned, as it is integrated with Dataverse through the collaboration between Piotr Sliz and Mercè Crossas. Read more.
If you're currently preparing a manuscript, please remember you can publish your datasets in the SBGrid Data Bank along with your PDB record deposit and publication submission to preserve your primary experimental datasets.
Citing SBGrid: We also recommend the following boilerplate language in all publications that report results obtained with SBGrid supported software:
Structural biology applications used in this project were compiled and configured by SBGrid .
 A. Morin, B. Eisenbraun, J. Key, P. C. Sanschagrin, M. A. Timony, M. Ottaviano, and P. Sliz, “Collaboration gets the most out of software.,” Elife, vol. 2, p. e01456, Sep. 2013.
Link to article: https://elifesciences.org/articles/01456.