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All validation reports for released PDB entries have been updated and are now available with recalculated percentiles. In addition, the validation reports now include 2D diagrams highlighting ligand quality, map and model fit for EM entries, and calculated map coefficients used for X-ray data validation.
A new data representation for carbohydrates in PDB entries and reference data improves the Findability and Interoperability of these molecules in macromolecular structures. Lists of PDB entries, CCDs, PRDs, and non-PDB compatible entries are available.
PDB data will incorporate a new data representation for carbohydrates in PDB entries and reference data that improves the Findability and Interoperability of these molecules in macromolecular structures.