Summary: Amyloid polymorphism is emerging as a key property that is differentially linked to various conformational diseases, including major neurodegenerative disorders, but also as a feature that potentially relates to complex structural mechanisms mediating transmissibility barriers and selective vulnerability of amyloids. In response to the rapidly expanding number of amyloid fibril structures formed by full-length proteins, we here have developed StAmP-DB, a public database that supports the curation and cross-comparison of experimentally determined three-dimensional amyloid polymorph structures.
Availability and implementation: StAmP-DB is freely accessible for queries and downloads at https://stamp.switchlab.org.
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