Advancing Methods for Biomolecular Crystallography

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ISBN: 978-94-007-6231-2 (Print) 978-94-007-6232-9 (Online)

Table of contents (31 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xiii

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    The Zen of Model Anomalies – Correct Most of Them. Treasure the Meaningful Valid Few. Live Serenely with the Rest!

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    Pages 11-22

    Total Chemical Protein Synthesis for the Determination of Novel X-ray Structures by Racemic Protein Crystallography

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    Pages 23-31

    Crystal Pathologies

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    Pages 33-46

    Crystallizing Membrane Proteins for Structure-Function Studies Using Lipidic Mesophases

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    Pages 47-57

    Searching for Needles in Haystacks: Automation and the Task of Crystal Structure Determination

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    Pages 59-68

    Data Processing: How Good Are My Data Really?

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    Pages 69-77

    Radiation Damage in Macromolecular Crystallography: What Is It and Why Do We Care?

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    Pages 79-89

    Elemental Analysis of Proteins by Proton Induced X-ray Emission (microPIXE)

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    Pages 91-103

    X-rays-Induced Cooperative Atomic Movement in a Protein Crystal

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    Pages 105-112

    Everything Happens at Once – Deconvolving Systematic Effects in X-ray Data Processing

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    Pages 113-122

    Extending the Reach of Molecular Replacement

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    Pages 123-133

    Phasing Through Location of Small Fragments and Density Modification with ARCIMBOLDO

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    Pages 135-149

    SAD/MAD Phasing

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    Pages 151-157

    Macromolecular Phasing: Solving the Substructure

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    Pages 159-167

    Advanced Applications of Shelxd and Shelxe

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    Pages 169-180

    Use of a Weak Anomalous Signal for Phasing in Protein Crystallography: Reflection from Personal Experience

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    Pages 181-192

    Ab Initio Low Resolution Phasing

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    Pages 193-203

    Model-Building and Reduction of Model Bias in Electron Density Maps

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    Pages 205-209

    Using Coot to Model Protein and Ligand Structures Using X-ray data

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    Pages 211-219

    Crystallographic Structure Refinement in a Nutshell

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