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The Global Biodata Coalition (GBC) today announced that the Protein Data Bank (PDB) archive is included in the first list of Global Core Biodata Resources (GCBRs)—a collection of 37 resources whose long term funding and sustainability is critical to life science and biomedical research worldwide.