The PSI:Biology Goals and Milestone Committee was charged with determining a
list of metrics that best convey the progress and impact of the PSI:Biology Network.
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These tables provide a summary of the PSI:Biology targets being studied by the High-throughput and Membrane Protein Centers, as determined from depositions to TargetTrack or the PDB.
This section counts the number of different structural and biological topics targeted by the PSI:Biology network as categorized in TargetTrack.
Table 22. Classifies PSI:Biology Structure by their structure determination method.
One of the goals of the PSI:Biology program is to be a collaborative network for the greater biological community to rely on for structures and resources. This section counts the level of collaboration within the PSI:Biology Network and beyond it.
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The PSI:Biology Network makes all of its research resources available to the public. The following resource counts come from center depositions and TargetTrack.
The PSI:Biology Network also develops new technologies to overcome bottlenecks in the high-throughput protein production and structural determination pipeline. During PSI:Biology, technological developments are mainly underway for the membrane protein-focused centers and the high-throughput centers. This data is calculated from the PSI Technology Portal.
Below is a tabulation of the number, citation count, and impact of PSI:Biology publications, along with the number of times a center's PDB structure has been downloaded from all PDB sites. The download numbers exclude full PDB archive downloads. This data is collected from the PSI Publications Portal and the wwPDB site.