[phenixbb] solvent flipping

Tom Terwilliger terwilliger at lanl.gov
Mon Oct 27 15:26:31 PDT 2008

Hi Mark,
At present in PHENIX we only have statistical density modification  
(using resolve). (With this formulation of density modification there  
isn't really any "flattening" or "flipping" but rather an "expectation  
of uniform density in the solvent region".)
All the best,
Tom T

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On Oct 27, 2008, at 6:39 AM, Mark Collins wrote:

> Hi
> Is there a solvent flipping (like solomon, ccp4) rather than  
> flattening
> option in phenix?
> Mark
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