Index of /modbase-download/projects/genomes/H_sapiens/2016

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[   ]Homo_sapiens.GRCh38.pep.abinitio.fa.gz2017-10-12 16:49 13M 
[   ]Homo_sapiens.GRCh38.pep.abinitio.mapping2016-08-18 18:44 8.8M 
[   ]Homo_sapiens.GRCh38.pep.all.fa.gz2017-10-12 16:49 12M 
[   ]Homo_sapiens.GRCh38.pep.all.mapping2016-08-18 18:44 23M 
[   ]Homo_sapiens.refseq.Feb_23_2016.protein.fa.gz2017-10-12 16:49 12M 
[   ]Homo_sapiens.refseq.Feb_23_2016.protein.mapping2016-08-18 18:44 13M 
[TXT]Homo_sapiens_2016.summary.txt2016-08-18 18:42 68M 
[   ]Homo_sapiens_2016.tar2020-05-18 17:31 5.9G 
[   ]Homo_sapiens_2016_dssp.tar.xz2016-08-18 18:08 1.7G 

The sequences in the Homo_sapiens_2016 dataset come from both RefSeq
and Ensembl.

All Models and Alignments: Homo_sapiens_2016.tar
DSSP results for all models: Homo_sapiens_2016_dssp.tar.xz
Summary table: Homo_sapiens_2016.summary.txt

The summary table lists all models by ModBase seq_id (unique for a given
sequence), ModBase model_id (unique for a given model) and database_id
(the primary identifier from RefSeq or Ensembl for the sequence for which the
model was built, with a suffix since multiple models may exist for a single
sequence).

Multiple database IDs may exist for a given model_id or seq_id (for example,
the sequence may be in both RefSeq and Ensembl). Only one of the IDs is
listed in the summary table. To see the other database IDs, refer to the
mapping files:

Ensembl: 
    Pep dataset: Homo_sapiens.GRCh38.pep.all.mapping
    Ab-initio dataset: Homo_sapiens.GRCh38.pep.abinitio.mapping
RefSeq:
    Sequences From ftp://ftp.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/genomes/H_sapiens/protein/protein.fa.gz: Homo_sapiens.refseq.Feb_23_2016.protein.mapping

Each line in a mapping file gives a ModBase seq_id followed by the FASTA
header from the original Ensemble or RefSeq file, which contains a database ID.

Models are provided in PDB format. If you prefer mmCIF files, you can use the modbase_pdb_to_cif.py script from the modbase_utils GitHub repository to generate them. ModBase mmCIF files are compliant with the PDBx and MA mmCIF dictionaries.