Searches or browses for structures by CATH terms (Class, Architecture, Topology, and Homologous superfamily).
CATH is a semi-automatic hierarchical classification of protein domains (http://www.cathdb.info/).
The CATH Browser permits the user to navigate through the CATH hierarchy to arrive at the subset of particular interest.
The browser opens up the top level in the hierarchy. Clicking on the arrow/folder icons expands the respective nodes.
Clicking on the name of the node will retrieve all PDB IDs assigned to that node.
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Search for a term
Type TIM Barrel in the text box above the tree and click the "Find in Tree" button.
Mouse over the name the see the number of structures that belong to this term.
Click on the name to retrieve the structures.
Browse the CATH Classification Browser
Mouse over Mainly Alpha to see the number of structures that belong to this category.
Expand this node by clicking on the arrow. Find Up-down Bundle. Mouse over to see the
number of structures. Click on the arrow to expand the node. Scroll down to Ferritin.
Mouse over to see how many structures have been assigned to this term. Click on the name
to retrieve this set of structures.
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