[phenixbb] Unrealistic number of waters found by phenix?
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Thu Feb 17 00:14:41 PST 2011
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2011/2/17 Ina Lindemann <lindema2 at staff.uni-marburg.de>:
> I am refining a crystal structure of a protein with 198 amino acids at 1.59
> A resolution.
> I have used the function Update waters in phenix. After visual inspection of
> the found water molecules I deleted some of them, but there are still 334
> water molecules left which show reasonable electron density. Many of them
> interacts just with other water molecules and not with the protein.
> I calculated the average B of water molecules = 26.3 and protein = 12.6.
> Now I am wondering if the number of water molecules and their average B
> value is to high with respect to the protein and would be very pleased about
> your answers.
> With best regards,
> Ina Lindemann
> Philipps-Universität Marburg
> Pharmazeutische Chemie
> AG Klebe
> Marbacher Weg 6
> 35032 Marburg
> Tel.: 06421/2825908
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