[phenixbb] rmsd after NCS refinement

Paul Adams PDAdams at lbl.gov
Wed Nov 26 18:52:02 PST 2008

Yes. This is what you'd expect with tight restraints between the  
molecules in the group. At that resolution the data isn't going to  
define the atomic positions very well, so unless there is some  
obvious deviation between the molecules (i.e. clear density) I would  
expect, and want, the molecules to be effectively identical.

On Nov 26, 2008, at 6:47 PM, chern wrote:

> Hi all,
> I am wondering if it is normal to have very low (0.007-0.008)  
> r.m.s.d.s
> between different molecules in the same NCS restraint group at 3.3A
> resolution?
> Maia
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