Scop3P provides a unique and powerful resource to explore and understand the impact of phospho-sites on human protein structure and function, and can thus serve as a springboard for researchers seeking to analyse and interpret a given phosphosite or phosphoprotein in a structural, biophysical, and biological context.

The resource re-uses public domain data from a variety of leading international resources, including UniProtKB and PDB, but also uses reprocessed mass spectrometry-based phospho-proteomics data from PRIDE/ProteomExchange, which is in turn globally collected and thus wholly international-driven.

Scop3P was developed at Ghent University and is online since June 2019. The manuscript describing Scop3P is available as a preprint in BioRXiv.