Amyloids are misfolded protein aggregates, they are present in a wide scale of biological organisms as structural building blocks (e.g., fish choria) and functional elements (e.g., as agents in insect immune systems). Amyloid plaques and fibrils are associated with numerous human diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease.
We present here a regularly updated list of amyloid structures in the ProteinData Bank, and, additionally, numerous soluble protein molecules with amyloid-like substructures.
The detailed description of this resource can be found in:
Kristóf Takács, Bálint Varga, Vince Grolmusz: PDB_Amyloid: The Extended Live Amyloid Structure List from the PDB, arXiv preprint arXiv:1805.09758 (2018)
The list below contains the structures found with PDB identifyier and a small molecular image. The image itself is linked to the RCSB PDB site, where more detailed description can be found on the structure.
At the bottom of the page one can change the views, and can also download the whole list of the PDB identifiers of the hits.