Using this resource, you can visualize protein structures from the PDB.
We amass together functional annotations and statistics from several bioinformatics resources.
The goal of this project is to associate protein sequence features to structural features, and to discover connections between functionally important sites within protein structures.
This analysis is provided to the user in an open web resource.
Have a favorite protein? Click "Search" above and type in the gene symbol, uniprot ID, or accession. Our engine will find any PDB structures that have a similar sequence.
Have mass spec data to analyze? You can submit peptide lists and obtain analysis results for any protein modifications detected in your experiments.
Got a favorite protein? Search by gene symbol or uniprot ID.
Any matches will be paired to similar structures in the PDB.
Submit MS Data
Submit Mass Spec Data
Modern protein mass spectrometry allows the detection of thousands of peptides in a sample,
in addition to finding post translational modifications (mods)
Submit peptide lists with this tool, and our analysis engine will:
Map peptides onto protein sequences in Uniprot
Find similar proteins with known structure in the Protein Data Bank (PDB)
Align your peptides onto those structures
Find interesting features near your modifications
AMASS was created by Clinton Mielke (Cosmo) Contact Me :
Doctoral student - Lawrence Mandarino, Valentin Dinu, Joshua LaBaer
Center for Metabolic and Vascular Biology (Mayo Clinic) | Center for Personalized Diagnostics (ASU Biodesign Institute)