[phenixbb] native Patterson peak
jbosch at u.washington.edu
Thu May 1 10:00:30 PDT 2008
How certain are you regarding your space group ?
The native peak at almost 0 -0.5 0 is suspicious. If you used HKL for
indexing try something else with multiple images separated by e.g. 15
degrees and see if you can process your dataset in a different space group.
David Garboczi wrote:
>We have datasets measured on crystals of a 19 kD protein that are
>P212121, with cell constants of 66, 75, 136.
>Matthew's considerations say 3, 4, or 5 copies per au are probable.
>xtriage finds a native peak at (0.0, -0.5, 0.036) that is 31 in
>No self-rotation function peaks in xprep, that I can understand.
>Is this clearly translational symmetry that is making MR difficult?
>Hints as to how to go forward are welcome.
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