The Winter 2016 issue of the RCSB PDB Newsletter is now available.
Articles highlight 2015 statistics, the new wwPDB Deposition Tool, RCSB PDB's 2016 protein-drug calendar, website features for query and analysis, and more.
In this issue's Education Corner, CCDC's Amy Sarjeant describes Using 815,527 Crystal Structures to Teach Chemistry: The Cambridge Structural Database.
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