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May 31-2016
Legacy deposition system(ADIT-NMR) no longer accept new PDB submissions. Depositors with in-progress sessions will be able to access and complete their deposition sessions until September 30th 2016.
Mar. 31-2016
ADIT-NMR Deposition Systems to Be Retired, Effective September 30th 2016 (wwwPDB news)
Mar. 7-2016
Coming Soon: New NMR and 3DEM Validation Reports for Archived PDB Structures (wwwPDB news)
Feb. 1-2016
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