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Welcome to NMRlipids Databank-GUI

NMRlipids Databank-GUI can be used to search data from the NMRlipids Databank
For the programmatic access, see NMRlipids Databank-API. For more details see the NMRlipids databank publication.

Search based on lipid composition for example by typing: POPC or POPC:POPE. For abbreviation of molecules, see table Composition compulsory link. Search based on trajectory identity number by typing the number after ‘ID’, for example, ID123. More options are available in Advanced Search.

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NMRlipids Databank

NMRlipids Databank is a community-driven catalogue containing atomistic MD simulations of biologically relevant lipid membranes emerging from the NMRlipids open collaboration. It has been designed to improve the Findability, Accessibility, Interoperability, and Reuse (FAIR) of MD simulation data. NMRlipids databank is implemented using overlay databank structure described more detailed in the databank publication.

NMRlipids Databank-GUI (this website) can be used to browse and search the content of the Databank, to select the best available simulations for specific systems based on ranking lists, and to perform comparisons between basic properties of membranes.

NMRlipids Databank-API provides programmatic access to all simulation data in the NMRlipids Databank. This enables wide range of novel data-driven applications — from construction of machine learning models that predict membrane properties to automatic analysis of virtually any property across all simulations in the Databank. A template and other examples for applications of NMRlipids Databank-API are available at GitHub and in the NMRlipids databank publication.

If you use the NMRlipids databank in your publications, ease always cite the NMRlipids Databank publication, as well as the trajectory entries and related publications whenever appropriate. That said, all the content is provided as is: There is no guarantee that the content is correct or suitable for any purpose — you should check it yourself (and please let us know once you find bugs).