Proteopedia is a wiki, 3D encyclopedia of proteins and other molecules. The site contains a page for every entry in the Protein Data Bank (>90,000 pages), as well as pages that are more descriptive of protein structures in general such as acetylcholinesterase,hemoglobin, and the photosystem II with a Jmol view that highlights functional sites and ligands. It employs a scene-authoring tool so that users do not have to learn Jmol script language to create customized molecular scenes. Custom scenes are easily attached to "green links" in descriptive text that display those scenes in Jmol. A web browser is all that is needed to access the site and the 3D information, i.e. there are no downloadable viewers required to install and run. All user-added content is free and covered by the GNU Free Documentation License. Proteopedia is hosted at the Israel Structural Proteomics Center  at the Weizmann Institute of Science.
Proteopedia was the winner of the 2010 award for the best Web-site by The Scientist magazine.
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