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PDB UniProt Viewer

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The PDB UniProt viewer displays a summary of PDB entries contains a sequence mapped to a particular UniProt code. The mapping indicates what coverage of a UnipProt accession is available in the PDB archive. Graphics also indicate whether the sequence in a given PDB entry differs from that in UniProt (for instance, it contains engineered mutations or expression tags).

It is a PDB Component Library component.

PDB UniProt Viewer

Getting Started

It takes only 3 easy steps to get started with PDB Components.

  • Include module files and required dependencies
  • Install the component
  • Use component as custom element anywhere in the page

If you have installed the PDB Component Library in your application then you can directly start using the component as custom element (refer step 3).

1. Include module files and dependencies

Download the module javascript and stylesheet files (pdb.uniprot.viewer.min.js and pdb.uniprot.viewer.min.css) stored in the 'build' folder. Include the files in your page <head> section.

You'll also need to include the D3.js, AngularJS library files and pdb-prints component files (please refer 'bower.json' file for complete dependency details).

<!-- D3.js and AngularJs dependency scripts (these can be skipped if already included in page) -->
<script src="bower_components/d3/d3.min.js"></script>
<script src="bower_components/angular/angular.min.js"></script>
<!-- PDB Prints CSS and script -->
<link rel="stylesheet" href="bower_components/pdb-prints/build/pdb.prints.min.css" />
<script src="bower_components/pdb-prints/build/pdb.prints.min.js"></script>
<!-- minified component CSS and script -->
<link rel="stylesheet" href="build/pdb.uniprot.viewer.min.css" />
<script src="build/pdb.uniprot.viewer.min.js"></script>

2. Installation

As soon as you've got the dependencies and library files included in your application page you just need to include following installation script :

I) If you are developing an AngularJs Application

angular.module('myModule', ['pdb.uniprot.viewer']);

II) For other Applications

(function () {
  'use strict';
  angular.element(document).ready(function () {
      angular.bootstrap(document, ['pdb.uniprot.viewer']);

3. Using component as custom element anywhere in the page

The component can be used as custom element, attribute or class anywhere in the page.

<!-- component as custom element -->
<pdb-uniprot-viewer entry-id="P07550" height="370" width="750"></pdb-uniprot-viewer>
<!-- component as attribute -->
<div pdb-uniprot-viewer entry-id="P07550" height="370" width="750"></div>
<!-- component as class -->
<div class="pdb-uniprot-viewer" entry-id="P07550" height="370" width="750"></div>



Sr. No. Attribute Values Description
1 entry-id UniProt ID
Mandatory attribute!
Example : entry-id="P07550"
2 hide-pdb-prints Boolean (true/false)
(Optional Attribute)
Default : 'false'
Removes the PDB Prints component from the viewer.
Example : hide-pdb-prints="true"
3 height Number
(Optional Attribute)
Example : height="370"
4 width Number
(Optional Attribute)
Example : width="750"
5 subscribe-events Boolean (true/false)
(Optional Attribute)
Default : 'true'
Subscribes to custom events of other PDB Components.
Example : subscribe-events="true"

Custom Events

Use this to subscript/bind events of this component. Event data (available in key = 'eventData') contains information about the residue number, chain, entry and entity, etc.

Sr. No. Event Description
1 PDB.uniprotViewer.click use this to bind to click event
document.addEventListener('PDB.uniprotViewer.click', function(e){ //do something on event })
2 PDB.uniprotViewer.mouseover use this to bind to mouseover event
document.addEventListener('PDB.uniprotViewer.mouseover', function(e){ //do something on event })
3 PDB.uniprotViewer.mouseout use this to bind to mouseout event
document.addEventListener('PDB.uniprotViewer.mouseout', function(e){ //do something on event })

Please refer this link for more documentation, demo and parameters details.


Please use github to report bugs, discuss potential new features or ask questions in general. Also you can contact us here for support, feedback or to report any issues.


The plugin is released under the Apache License Version 2.0. You can find out more about it at http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0 or within the license file of the repository.

If you are interested in this plugin...

...you might also want to have a look at the PDB Component Library.

"# pdb-uniprot-viewer"

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