[phenixbb] Best first map for RESOLVE after MR
Randy J. Read
rjr27 at cam.ac.uk
Mon Aug 31 12:51:32 PDT 2009
A map from phenix.refine is probably better, if you're going to choose one,
for two reasons:
1. As you say, it includes a proper bulk solvent contribution. 2. Phaser
doesn't (at least yet -- we might get around to putting it in some day)
refine the Sigma(A) values, so the weights are determined from the guesses
about the RMS error of the model.
I think Phaser usually does a pretty good job of rigid-body refinement, but
it shouldn't hurt to repeat this step in phenix.refine. If there are any
domains that might move, this would be a good time to refine them as
separate rigid bodies.
On Aug 30 2009, Pavel Afonine wrote:
>I guess this my reply will not replace Tom's or Randy's one...
>> Should it be the 2mFo-DFc map directly from Phaser or would it be
>> better to do rigid body refinement in phenix.refine and use the bulk
>> solvent corrected 2mFo-DFc map ?
>- why don't you try using both options and choose the best outcome?
>- running a round of rigid body refinement in phenix.refine and using
>its 2mFo-DFc map will not hurt at least or may make your model and
>therefore the map better, so you will have a better starting point.
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