Enter any number of search terms. Items that will be searched include
titles, keywords from
entries, gene and species names,
comments, and various
identifiers (sunid, sid, sccs). If you enter multiple terms, results
containing any of the terms are returned (although results matching
several terms rank higher). If you put a '+' immediately before a term,
it must be present in the results. If you put a '-' before a term,
results matching the term will NOT be returned. If you put a '~' before
a term, results matching the term will be downweighted relative to those
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The search engine we use is MySQL's full text searching. More info
on operators you can use is
1jmc will return matches to the PDB entry
Desulfovibrio vulgaris Hildenborough will match various domains from D. vulgaris
Hildenborough, but will also match other D. vulgaris
domains with lower priority.
+Desulfovibrio +vulgaris +Hildenborough will ONLY match domains from D. vulgaris Hildenborough.
d1dlya_ will immediately redirect you to the page for the domain
d1dlya_, since there is only one result.
32145 will find many things, including folds with beta-strand order
"sunid=32145" will find only the domain d1eloa2, which has sunid 32145.
will show the structural consequence of the variant NC_000002.12:g.97734708C>T.
You can specify particular types of identifiers, e.g.,
or "sccs:x.n.n" (either : or = will work) with
and PDB identifiers.
If you want results from a particular level in
SCOPe (e.g., family), try
adding a search term like "+Family"
The special keywords
newfa will retrieve all new Folds, Superfamilies, or
Families, respectively, in a release.