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A list of Useful, Useless or simply Interesting facts on Proteins, Structures and what's around them, automatically updated by OCA, the browser and database for structure and function.

The most common ...

  • The most common Sources are Homo sapiens, present in 43,050 PDB structures and Escherichia coli, present in 11,071 PDB structures.
  • The most common Ligand is GOL, present in 13,369 PDB structures (excluding SO4)
  • The most common Space group is P 21 21, present in 32,728 PDB structures.

The most conspicuous ...

  • The least popular experiment type is Solution Scattering used on 3 structures (1ntj, 1ntl, 1r70) over 155,170 ( 0.00%)
  • The most popular experiment type is X-ray Diffraction used on 138,383 structures over 155,170 (89.18%)
  • The PDB structure with the most models is 2hyn, with 184 models.
  • The PDB structures with the most related structures are 4b2b, 4b2c, 4b1t with 287 related structures each.
  • The PDB structure with the most chains is 4v99 with 480 chains.
  • The PDB structures with the longest chain are 4v5x, 4v5x with 7,249 amino acids (alpha carbons only) each.
  • The PDB structures with the shortest chain (greater than one residue) are 1b2m, 1cwp, 1d53, 1ddl, 1dn8, 1ehl, 1f0v, 1i8m, 1ijs, 1kqs, 1lgc, 1m6a, 1n38, 1oup, 1pv4, 1pvo, 1q81, 1q82, 1rnb, 1vy6, 1xam, 279d, 2d7g, 2dwl, 2dwm, 2dwn, 2ht1, 2htt, 2ok0, 2pjr, 2vrt, 3er9, 3j0l, 3j0o, 3j0p, 3j0q, 3j5l, 3j9m, 3ngz, 3nma, 3ra4, 3ra9, 3rec, 3rtj, 3u2e, 3ucu, 3ucz, 3ud3, 3ud4, 3va0, 4a3g, 4a3j, 4a8k, 4afy, 4dy8, 4e60, 4ejt, 4g7o, 4jzu, 4jzv, 4lq3, 4nia, 4nku, 4ohy, 4oi0, 4oi1, 4oq8, 4oq9, 4pei, 4tzd, 4wti, 4wtj, 4wtk, 4wtl, 4wtm, 4x4n, 4x4r, 4x4t, 4x4t, 4x4u, 5f6c, 5jju, 5k77, 5kal, 5mmi, 5uh6, 5uh9 with 2 residues each.
  • The PDB structure with the most amino acids is 3jb9 with 39,298 amino acids (alpha carbons only).
  • The PDB structure with the largest number ALTLOC is 1zir with 22 alternate location.
  • The PDB structures with the heaviest chain are 4v5x, 4v5x with 615,436.39 each.
  • The PDB structure with the most ligands is 3wu2 with 21 ligands.
  • The PDB structures with the largest number of distinct chemical elements are 3cpw, 3l4p, 3ow2, 5t5i, 5t61 with 12 elements each.
  • The 10 most popular Chemical Elements, excluding C,O,S,P,H,Na,Cl,K are Zinc (Zn) on 12,676 PDB, Magnesium (Mg) on 12,320 PDB, Calcium (Ca) on 9,390 PDB, Selenium (Se) on 8,887 PDB, Iron (Fe) on 7,575 PDB, Fluorine (F) on 4,368 PDB, Manganese (Mn) on 2,902 PDB, Bromine (Br) on 1,468 PDB, Nickel (Ni) on 1,420 PDB and Copper (Cu) on 1,366 PDB.
  • The most exotic Chemical Elements are Americium (Am 4zhg), Bismuth (Bi 4h0w), Californium (Cf 5kic), Curium (Cm 4zhf), Dysprosium (Dy 4ll7), Neon (Ne 2axt), Plutonium (Pu 4zhd), Scandium (Sc 3zi4), Titanium (Ti 5dyh) found in one PDB structure each.
  • The PDB structure with the largest file is 4pth with 26,602,110 bytes (compressed).
  • The PDB structure with the smallest file is 3rec with 2,658 bytes (compressed).
  • The PDB structures with the most sources are 2wsc, 2wse and 2wsf with 6 sources each.
  • There are 1,563 sources that occur in only a single entry. See Structures with Exotic Sources

Determination methods ...

  • The PDB structure solved with Electron Crystallography with the best resolution is 5xsg with 0.73 Å.
  • The PDB structure solved with Electron Microscopy with the best resolution is 5k12 with 1.8 Å.
  • The PDB structures solved with Fiber Diffraction with the best resolution are 1hgv, 1hgz, 1hh0 with 2.4 Å each.
  • The PDB structure solved with Neutron Diffraction with the best resolution is 4ar3 with 1.05 Å.
  • The PDB structure solved with Powder Diffraction with the best resolution is 1ja2 with 2.87 Å.
  • The PDB structures solved with Solution Scattering with the best resolution are 1ntj, 1ntl, 1r70 with 30.0 Å each.
  • The PDB structures solved with X-ray Diffraction with the best resolution are 3nir, 5d8v with 0.48 Å each.
  • The mean resolution for PDB structures solved with Electron Crystallography is 3.53 ± 3.81 based on 121 structures
  • The mean resolution for PDB structures solved with Electron Microscopy is 6.52 ± 6.34 based on 3,612 structures
  • The mean resolution for PDB structures solved with Fiber Diffraction is 3.37 ± 0.7 based on 37 structures
  • The mean resolution for PDB structures solved with Neutron Diffraction is 1.9 ± 0.36 based on 68 structures
  • The mean resolution for PDB structures solved with Powder Diffraction is 3.07 ± 0.21 based on 6 structures
  • The mean resolution for PDB structures solved with Solution Scattering is 30 ± 0 based on 3 structures
  • The mean resolution for PDB structures solved with X-ray Diffraction is 2.14 ± 0.58 based on 138,383 structures
  • The PDB structure solved with Electron Crystallography with the worst resolution is 2dfs with 24 Å.
  • The PDB structures solved with Electron Microscopy with the worst resolution are 1m8q, 1mvw, 1o18, 1o19, 1o1a, 1o1b, 1o1c, 1o1d, 1o1e, 1o1f, 1o1g with 70 Å each.
  • The PDB structures solved with Fiber Diffraction with the worst resolution are 3hqv, 3hr2 with 5.16 Å each.
  • The PDB structure solved with Neutron Diffraction with the worst resolution is 1wqz with 3.0 Å.
  • The PDB structure solved with Powder Diffraction with the worst resolution is 1xft with 3.35 Å.
  • The PDB structures solved with Solution Scattering with the worst resolution are 1ntj, 1ntl, 1r70 with 30.0 Å each.
  • The PDB structure solved with X-ray Diffraction with the worst resolution is 2tma with 15.0 Å.

Overall Statistics ...

  • The mean PDB file is 192.97K ± 336.8K based on 129,596 files.
  • There are 4 structure files with 12 citations (1dtq,1dtt,1het,3u87) and 4 structure files with 5 citations (1af0,1cwa,1cwb,1cwc).

Updated by OCA on Wed Aug 21 09:58:48 2019

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