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Type your search terms in this slot and press Enter.

Terms are ANDed by default: human hemoglobin gives the same result as human and hemoglobin.

Use * to find words containing a fragment. For example:
      hemo finds 0 files.
      hemo* finds hemoglobin, leghemoglobin, hemocyanin, and chemotaxis.
                (hemo*, *hemo, or *hemo* all give the same results.)

You may use or, not (case doesn't matter), or parentheses (). For example,
      globin or globins finds more than either term alone
                (but globin* finds many more).
      albumin* (human or egg) finds both human and egg albumins.
      milk not lactalbumin finds fewer files than does milk alone.
      myoglobin* not myoglobin finds apomyoglobin, metmyoglobin, and sulfmyoglobin.

CAUTION: As of February 21, 1998, the search program does not appear to work correctly in cases like these:
      milk not albumin*
      milk not lacto* (Not followed by a *'d term gives incorrect results.)
      milk not (lactose or lactalbumin) (Not followed by OR'd terms in parentheses gives incorrect results.)
These problems have been reported.


This search page adapted by Eric Martz from the official PDB 3DB browser by Jaime Prilusky.