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SPINE workshop on automated X-ray analysis: a progress report

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  • M. Bahar
  • C. Ballard
  • S. X. Cohen
  • E. J. Dodson
  • P. Emsley
  • R. M. Esnouf
  • R. Keegan
  • V. Lamzin
  • G. Langer
  • C. Meier
  • A. Muller
  • A. Perrakis
  • C. Siebold
  • N. Stein
  • A. A. Vagin
  • M. Winn
  • G. Winter

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JournalActa Crystallographica Section D: Biological Crystallography
DatePublished - Oct 2006
Volume62
Number of pages14
Pages (from-to)1170-1183
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

The Structural Proteomics In Europe ( SPINE) consortium contained a workpackage to address the automated X- ray analysis of macromolecules. The aim of this workpackage was to increase the throughput of three- dimensional structures while maintaining the high quality of conventional analyses. SPINE was able to bring together developers of software with users from the partner laboratories. Here, the results of a workshop organized by the consortium to evaluate software developed in the member laboratories against a set of bacterial targets are described. The major emphasis was on molecular- replacement suites, where automation was most advanced. Data processing and analysis, use of experimental phases and model construction were also addressed, albeit at a lower level.

    Research areas

  • ELECTRON-DENSITY MAPS, PROTEIN DATA-BANK, MOLECULAR REPLACEMENT, DIFFRACTION DATA, MACROMOLECULAR STRUCTURES, TRANSLATION FUNCTIONS, MODEL, REFINEMENT, GRAPHICS, ARP/WARP

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