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Jan 27, 2015: ADIT closed for new X-ray depositions.

Please use the wwPDB Deposition Tool to submit new crystal structure data.

Any in-progress ADIT X-ray deposition sessions need to be completed before July 19, 2015.




Depositing large structures?

If your structure exceeds the size of the traditional PDB file format limits (>62 chains or >99,999 atoms), please prepare your deposition as a single PDBx/mmCIF file using recent versions of CCP4 (REFMAC > 5.8) or Phenix (> 1.8.2) before submitting your structure with the wwPDB Deposition System.



NOTICE FOR REFMAC USERS - details for generating total B factors when TLS used



To continue a session from an earlier date, enter your session restart ID and press the CONTINUE SESSION button.


Continue Previous ADIT Session*
Session Restart ID:
example: 2006-07-01.serverhostname.9999.12345678
* ADIT-NMR sessions can be continued at http://deposit.bmrb.wisc.edu/bmrb-adit/

Detailed instructions that describe how to deposit X-ray, NMR and Electron Microscopy structures are available. Coordinates may be deposited as either mmCIF or PDB formatted files. To ensure that all tools will work with minimal error, the format requirements for depositing structures in PDB format are:

The guidelines for data processing and policies are available at http://www.wwpdb.org.


Question, Comments, and suggestions should be sent to deposit@deposit.rcsb.org.