Welcome to Genome3D
Genome3D is a collaborative project that provides predictions of structural features for sequences from a number of model genomes (currently human, E-coli and baker's yeast). Since the resource combines annotations from a number of independent resources, the consensus picture that builds up can often be more informative than the individual predictions alone.
An overview of some of the features this resource provides:
- Structural Annotations -- regions of protein sequences that have been matched to structural domains (from CATH or SCOP)
- Structural Models -- regions of protein sequences that have been modelled in 3D (based on similarity to a CATH or SCOP domain)
- Consensus Superfamilies -- an official collaboration between the structural domain classification databases CATH and SCOP
The Genome3D project brings together a number of leading UK structure-based prediction resources. It incorporates the structural classification resources SCOP and CATH to provide consensus information on 3D structures of genomic sequences. Genome3D is currently funded by the BBSRC.