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WALTZ-DB 2.0 is a database for characterizing short peptides for their amyloid fiber-forming capacities. The majority of the data comes from electron microscopy, FTIR and Thioflavin-T experiments done by the Switch lab. Apart from that class of data we also provide the amyloid annotation for several other short peptides found in current scientific research papers. Structural models of the potential amyloid cores are provided for every peptide entry.




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Publication for citation  WALTZ-DB 2.0: An updated database containing structural information of experimentally determined amyloid-forming peptides Nikolaos Louros, Katerina Konstantoulea, Matthias De Vleeschouwer, Meine Ramakers, Joost Schymkowitz and Frederic Rousseau; Nucleic Acids Research ; 2019.


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WALTZ-DB 2.0: An updated database containing structural information of experimentally determined amyloid-forming peptides

Nikolaos Louros, Katerina Konstantoulea, Matthias De Vleeschouwer, Meine Ramakers, Joost Schymkowitz and Frederic Rousseau
Nucleic Acids Research 2019


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