The Electron Microscopy Data Bank, a database that contains three-dimensional maps of biological specimens and associated data from electron microscopy experiments, will become part of the Protein Data Bank archive on March 7.

According to the PDB, database users will see a change in the download links for the maps once the two resources have merged. However, researchers will still be able to deposit maps and models via the EMDataBank website.

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