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SNAPSHOT—January 1, 2006  
No. 28, Winter 2006 Edition
 


34376 released atomic coordinate entries

    Molecule Type
  • 31,414 proteins, peptides, and viruses
  • 1,543 nucleic acids
  • 1,406 protein/nucleic acid complexes
  • 13 carbohydrates
    Experimental Technique
  • 29,211 diffraction and other
  • 5,165 NMR
  • 19,214 structure factor files
  • 2,782 NMR restraint files
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