ADIT deposition tool | deposit your structures to the PDB


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This new version of ADIT (2.0) indicates file format errors with suggestions for solutions; automatically validates the structure; checks for consistency between sequence and coordinates; allows easier organization of sequence information; and simplifies entering author, title and citation information. It is designed to improve data quality and processsing efficiency.

Beginning June 14, this new version of ADIT will become the default site for deposition on selected days each week for testing. The date of full deployment of this tool will depend upon the results of this testing.

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For structures solved by Electron Microscopy, first deposit the 3D map at EMDB and then follow the link provided to deposit the coordinates.


To start a new ADIT session, select the experimental method and the molecular structure type. Then press the BEGIN button.


New ADIT Session
Method:
X-ray
NMR
Electron Microscopy
Structure Type:
Protein
Nucleic acid
Nucleic acid/protein complex

To continue a session from an earlier date, enter your session restart ID and press the CONTINUE SESSION button.


Continue Previous ADIT Session*
Session Restart ID:
example: 2006-07-01.serverhostname.9999.12345678
* ADIT-NMR sessions can be continued at http://deposit.bmrb.wisc.edu/bmrb-adit/

Detailed instructions that describe how to deposit X-ray, NMR and Electron Microscopy structures are available. Coordinates may be deposited as either mmCIF or PDB formatted files. To ensure that all tools will work with minimal error, the format requirements for depositing structures in PDB format are:

The guidelines for data processing and policies are available at http://www.wwpdb.org.


Question, Comments, and suggestions should be sent to deposit@deposit.rcsb.org.