PPD v1.0—an integrated, web-accessible database of experimentally determined protein pKa values

@article{Toseland2006PPDVI,
  title={PPD v1.0—an integrated, web-accessible database of experimentally determined protein pKa values},
  author={Christopher P. Toseland and Helen M. McSparron and Matthew N. Davies and Darren R. Flower},
  journal={Nucleic Acids Research},
  year={2006},
  volume={34},
  pages={D199 - D203}
}
The Protein pK(a) Database (PPD) v1.0 provides a compendium of protein residue-specific ionization equilibria (pK(a) values), as collated from the primary literature, in the form of a web-accessible postgreSQL relational database. Ionizable residues play key roles in the molecular mechanisms that underlie many biological phenomena, including protein folding and enzyme catalysis. The PPD serves as a general protein pK(a) archive and as a source of data that allows for the development and… CONTINUE READING

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