SCOWLP: a web-based database for detailed characterization and visualization of protein interfaces. SCOWLP (S tructural C haracterization O f W ater, L igands and P roteins) is a user-friendly and publicly accessible web-based relational database for detailed characterization and visualization of the PDB protein interfaces. The SCOWLP database includes proteins, peptidic-ligands and interface water molecules as descriptors of protein interfaces. It contains currently 74,907 protein interfaces and 2,093,976 residue-residue interactions formed by 60,664 structural units (protein domains and peptidic-ligands) and their interacting solvent. The SCOWLP web-server allows detailed structural analysis and comparisons of protein interfaces at atomic level by text query of PDB codes and/or by navigating a SCOP-based tree. It includes a visualization tool to interactively display the interfaces and label interacting residues and interface solvent by atomic physicochemical properties. SCOWLP is automatically updated with every SCOP release

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  3. Teyra, Joan; Paszkowski-Rogacz, Maciej; Anders, Gerd; Pisabarro, M. Teresa: SCOWLP classification: Structural comparison and analysis of protein binding regions (2008) ioport