Outcome of the First wwPDB Hybrid/Integrative Methods Task Force Workshop

Andrej Sali*, Helen M. Berman, Torsten Schwede, Jill Trewhella, Gerard Kleywegt, Stephen K. Burley, John Markley, Haruki Nakamura, Paul Adams, Alexandre M.J.J. Bonvin, Wah Chiu, Matteo Dal Peraro, Frank Di Maio, Thomas E. Ferrin, Kay Grünewald, Aleksandras Gutmanas, Richard Henderson, Gerhard Hummer, Kenji Iwasaki, Graham JohnsonCatherine L. Lawson, Jens Meiler, Marc A. Marti-Renom, Gaetano T. Montelione, Michael Nilges, Ruth Nussinov, Ardan Patwardhan, Juri Rappsilber, Randy J. Read, Helen Saibil, Gunnar F. Schröder, Charles D. Schwieters, Claus A.M. Seidel, Dmitri Svergun, Maya Topf, Eldon L. Ulrich, Sameer Velankar, John D. Westbrook

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Structures of biomolecular systems are increasingly computed by integrative modeling that relies on varied types of experimental data and theoretical information. We describe here the proceedings and conclusions from the first wwPDB Hybrid/Integrative Methods Task Force Workshop held at the European Bioinformatics Institute in Hinxton, UK, on October 6 and 7, 2014. At the workshop, experts in various experimental fields of structural biology, experts in integrative modeling and visualization, and experts in data archiving addressed a series of questions central to the future of structural biology.

Original languageEnglish
Article number3197
Pages (from-to)1156-1167
Number of pages12
Issue number7
StatePublished - 9 Jul 2015


FundersFunder number
Division of Biological Infrastructure
Japan Science and Technology Agency
National Institutes of Health
National Science Foundation
U.S. National Library of Medicine
Wellcome Trust
National Science Foundation1338415, DBI 1338415
National Institutes of HealthGM079429
National Institute on AgingP01AG002132
U.S. National Library of MedicineP41 LM05799
Wellcome Trust088944


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