Practical Protein Crystallography
Designed for easy use by both new and experienced protein crystallographers, this much-needed book is for anyone interested in solving protein structures by the method of crystallography. It contains many examples ofactual experiments and data, including electron density maps. Computer methods and computer code samples are presented. Practical Protein Crystallography is loaded with new information on area detectors, synchrotron radiation techniques, and the latest computer methods, and features the XtalView software system. Graduate students and teachers in physical biochemistry and pharmaceutical researchers will find this text a timely and convenient aid.
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acentric ammonium sulfate amplitudes angle anomalous scattering area detector asymmetric unit axes B-value Bijvoet pairs button calculated capillary centric coefﬁcients color contours coordinates correct crystallographic CVCC data collection data set derivative difference map difﬁcult diffraction dimer edit electron density errors example ﬁeld ﬁgure ﬁgure-of-merit ﬁle ﬁlm ﬁlter ﬁn ﬁle ﬁnal ﬁnd ﬁrst ﬁt ﬁtting goniometer Harker sections heavy atom heavy-atom helix histogram input isomorphous label main chain menu method molecule mother liquor mutant non-crystallographic omit map option orthorhombic output parameters Patterson map PDB ﬁle peaks plane positions possible precession protein crystals protein phases R-factor radiation reciprocal space reﬁned reﬁnement reﬂections residues resolution ridgelines sample scale factor screw axis script side chains solution solved solvent space group speciﬁed spots structure factors symmetry operators synchrotron tion unit cell usually vectors wavelength window X-ray Xﬁt XPLOR XtalView Xview