The RCSB Protein Databank is an incredibly powerful resource for up-to-date protein structures. Now you can take that X-ray crystallography data and 3D-print the structure!
I've included stl files for some proteins I made using the steps described in the downloadable 'How to 3D Print Proteins' guide.
it's super easy, and can be a very useful study tool!
Proteins included here:
- Human oxyhaemogloubin
- Elongation Factor-Tu
- Saccharomyces invertase (recent nobel prize)
- phenylalanine tRNA
See the How-to Guide on how to make your own protein! I made these with ABS, Rafts and Supports on a Replicator 2X and PLA on Replicator 2 with Rafts and Supports