[phenixbb] restraints between molecules in adjacent asymmetric units.
nwmoriarty at lbl.gov
Thu Dec 4 10:47:20 PST 2014
You should try
to see if that is helpful. I think, though, that you should send me an
example so I can check the best method.
Nigel W. Moriarty
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On Thu, Dec 4, 2014 at 9:47 AM, jens j birktoft <birktoft at nyu.edu> wrote:
> Hi Everybody.
> Are there ways to restrain non-covalent interactions between molecules in
> adjacent asymmetric units?
> I know the custom bond procedure works well for covalent bonds. However I
> also would like to add restraints for (1) bond angles, (2) torsion angles
> (less important) and (3) nucleotide base-pairing. I know that all of these
> can be generated via the custom bond syntax, but that is a rather tedious
> and time-consuming process. Perhaps there is a simpler way
> I know this issue has been raised before but am unaware of any new
> Jens J. Birktoft
> Director of Crystallography
> Structural DNA Nanotechnology
> Chemistry Department,
> New York University
> e-mail: jens.knold at gmail.com; Phone: 212-749-5057
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