[phenixbb] segmented rigid body refinement

Gino Cingolani Gino.Cingolani at jefferson.edu
Thu Jul 12 09:33:10 PDT 2012

The latter....something more analytical to split individual chains into smaller groups
(e.g. like to define tls groups).



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Subject: Re: [phenixbb] segmented rigid body refinement

On Thu, Jul 12, 2012 at 9:16 AM, Gino Cingolani <Gino.Cingolani at jefferson.edu<mailto:Gino.Cingolani at jefferson.edu>> wrote:
I'm refining a large oligomeric structure at low res (~6A).
I'd like to define groups to use for 'segmented rigid body refinement'.
Is there any rational way to define 'segments'?
My macromolecule is already an oligomer on its own, so, intuitively,
each protomer is a segment.

Not sure I understand the question - do you mean you want to split the individual chains into smaller groups, and you're looking for an analytical method for determining these groups?

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