[phenixbb] Two versions of TFZ, molecular replacement
Frank von Delft
frank.vondelft at sgc.ox.ac.uk
Fri Sep 14 00:09:26 PDT 2012
It means exactly what you suspect: it hasn't found a second solution.
It will certainly print out whatever it "found", but you have to verify
it's correct. At the very least, you ought to look at it in a graphics
program. Chances are good though there is only one molecule.
On 14/09/2012 20:13, 赵岩 wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I am trying to solve a structure though molecular replacement and I
> have obtained a suspected solution.
> The header of the solution as follows,
> REMARK TITLE [no title set]
> REMARK Log-Likelihood Gain: 238.884
> REMARK RFZ=10.9 TFZ=13.9 PAK=2 LLG=235 TFZ==5.0 LLG=239 TFZ==5.0
> REMARK ENSEMBLE 1 EULER 15.53 0.10 344.54 FRAC -0.499 -1.000 -0.499
> At first sight, the solution has no problem(TFZ>8), but the second and
> third TFZ are very low.
> For a correct solution, the later TFZs always higher than the first TFZ.
> So I don't konw how to understand the later TFZs and what extent I can
> refer to them.
> Thanks a lot!
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