Targets: 10567[See more news]
Targets with structures: 209
What is the EFI-DB used for?
To locate EFI targets and track their experimental status. The experimental (“wet”) data for each target in EFI is also linked to a corresponding page in the Structure-Function Linkage Database (SFLD) with the bioinformatics (“dry”) data for that target. EFI-DB also provides data to other public databases, such as TargetDB, PepCDB, and the Protein Data Bank.
How can I use the EFI-DB?Browse and search the list of EFI targets.Display experimental track of any EFI target; for example, target 501662Check if a protein of interest has a homologue among the EFI targetsView X-ray crystallography structures determined and annotated by EFI members.Download and view interactive structure descriptions, using ICM viewer technology from Molsoft LLCSee overall progress and statistics of the EFI project.
Who maintains EFI-DB?
EFI-DB and LabDB are developed and maintained on the behalf of the Enzyme Function Initiative by the group of Prof. Wladek Minor at the University of Virginia