PDB data are now part of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Open Data Sponsorship Program.
RCSB PDB has expanded our data storage capacity through the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Open Data Sponsorship Program. The AWS program is providing more than 100 terabytes of storage for no-cost delivery of Protein Data Bank information to millions of scientists, educators, and students around the world working in fundamental biology, biomedicine, bioenergy, and bioengineering/biotechnology.
Access the PDB archive over AWS at https://s3.rcsb.org/. Data are organized following the PDB FTP tree structure, and are updated weekly. The collection of annual and milestone snapshots of the archive are also available at AWS.
Version 2 of the RCSB PDB Search API is now available to better support access to RCSB PDB features. On July 13, 2022, the V1 Search APIs will be removed and completely unresponsive. Documentation is available to help developers migrate from v1 to v2.
The Data API and Search API are the two main APIs that power RCSB.org. The Data API serves to retrieve data based on PDB ID while the Search API retrieves PDB is that match given conditions.
Recent announcements to the API Google group include the release of Version 2 Search APIs and the availability of Sequence cluster files now per-polymer entity, instead of per-chain.
|Snapshot: July 1, 2022|
|192,095||Released atomic coordinate entries|
|167,378||Proteins, peptides, and viruses|
|10,480||Protein/nucleic acid complexes|