Crystallographic computing 5: from chemistry to biology : papers presented at the International School on Crystallographic Computing held at Bischenberg, France, 29 July-5 August, 1990
International Union of Crystallography, 1991 - Medical - 479 pages
This is the latest entry in a series of volumes based on lectures given at the International School of Computational Crystallography. This is the fifth volume published by OUP. Of particular interest to molecular biologists and computing scientists, this book provides a timely state-of-the-art account of current research.
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Acta Cryst amplitudes analysis angles anomalous dispersion anomalous scatterers applied approximation asymmetric unit average Bricogne Brunger calculated CCP4 centric coefficients constraints coordinates correct correlation corresponding crystal structure Crystallogr crystallographic data set defined derivative difference Patterson direct methods electron density electron density map entropy equations errors estimate evaluated figure of merit film Fourier maps Giacovazzo heavy atom Helliwell Hendrickson input integration intensity isomorphous replacement Karle Kexp Krabbendam Laue data least-squares likelihood low resolution macromolecular matrix measured molecular dynamics molecular replacement molecule observed obtained orientation parameters Patterson function Patterson maps peak phase information positions probability distribution procedure protein structures R-factor reciprocal lattice refinement reflexions residues rotation function scale scattering factor secondary structure sequence solution solve solvent space group statistical structure factors Table techniques translation function triplet phase invariants unit cell values variance vector wavelength weight X-PLOR X-ray