[phenixbb] How do different sections of TLS groups affect refinment

George Phillips phillips at biochem.wisc.edu
Wed Jan 20 13:44:17 PST 2010

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George N. Phillips, Jr., Ph.D.
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On Jan 20, 2010, at 3:38 PM, Bart, Aaron G wrote:

> Greetings everyone,
> I am still fairly new to crystallography, so forgive me for my
> naivety.
> My question involves how the TLSMD server segments my protein
> and the effects it has on refinement. For instance when i use
> "Multi-Chain Alignment Analysis", which lines the sequence for
> all of my chains (a total of 12) and shows how TLS groups are 
> divided among them, it shows varying selections of TLS groups
> among the different chains. It should be noted that the sequence
> is the same for all the chains in my protein.
> Also if a TLS group splits a alpha helix into multiple parts, would 
> this be valid? I have come to understand that helices move more like
> rigid bodies than segmented groups...
> Thanks!
> -Aaron
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