PTGL news


Here we list important information on PTGL updates, planned maintenance times, and more.



MAR 02, 2020: Updating server to latest PDB release

We are currently rolling out an Update to the PTGL server. Until finished, the server may be unavailable. This update will also fix some issues with large structures' CGs.



SEP 11, 2019: Webserver maintenance from SEP 20-27

Our webserver hosting the PTGL will be under maintenance from September 20 to 27. During this time our webserver and all services may be partly unavailable.



MAY 14, 2019: Updating server to latest PDB release

We are currently running an update to the latest PDB version on our cluster. The update will be rolled out to the PTGL server in the next few weeks. In this time the server may be unavailable. This update will also include large structures (> 99,999 atoms or > 62 chains) for the first time.



APR 26, 2019: VPLG code forked to and maintained from new repository

The code of VPLG, the command line application which computes all the data in the PTGL database, has been forked to a new repository. All future developments of the code will be published there.



FEB 23, 2018: Updating server to latest PDB release

We are currently running an update to the latest PDB version on our cluster. The update will be rolled out to the PTGL server in the end of February. In this time the server may be unavailable. This update will also apply minor changes, for example the visualization of complex graphs.



NOV 30, 2015: Major update scheduled

We are currently running an update to the latest PDB version on our cluster. The update will be rolled out to the PTGL server in December. This update will add support for complex graphs and ligand-centered graphs.



OCT 27, 2015: New PTGL paper published

We have published a paper on the new PTGL in Oxford Bioinformatics. Read it at oxfordjournals.org.



JUL 29, 2015: VPLG code moved to GitHub, project page stays at SourceForge

The code of VPLG, the command line application which computes all the data in the PTGL database, has been moved to GitHub. The project page and the VPLG releases will stay at SourceForge though, so this only affects developers and people interested in the source code.



JUN 06, 2015: The PTGL is on Twitter

The PTGL now has a twitter account, and you can stay up-to-date by following @vplg_project.



JUN 06, 2015: Server updated to latest PDB release

The PTGL has been updated to PDB data from May 2015, and is now online again. Enjoy.