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Published in 2015
Table 1 The low- and high-dose structures of six protein crystals (Nanao et al. , 2005 ▶ ) Elastase Insulin Lysozyme Ribonuclease A Thaumatin Trypsin PDB structure before burn 2blo 2... n3 2blx 2blp 2blr 2blv Dose per dataset Gy Gy Gy Gy Gy Gy Dose X-ray burn Gy Gy Gy Gy Gy Gy PDB structure after burn 2blq 2bn1 2bly 2blz 2blu 2blw Number of CYS/TYR/ASP/GLU/MET residues 8/11/8/4/2 6/4/0/4/0 8/3/7/2/2 8/6/5/5/4 16/8/12/6/1 12/10/6/4/2 Table 2 Number of PDB structures in different stages of the selection process Proteins structures Steps in the selection process 11836 Initial selection by PDB search 31 (0.3%) Could not be processed by PDBCUR 23 (0.2%) Could not be processed by ParsePDB (PDB file contains multiple models) 6 (0.1%) Could not be processed by ParsePDB (PDB file curation errors) 4 (0.0%) Curating errors regarding disulfide bond declarations 65 (0.5%) Could not be processed by STRIDE 0 (0.0%) Could not be processed by JOY / PSA 11707 (98.9%) Structures successfully processed 2704 Non-redundant structures selected by PISCES 61 Structures resulting from room-temperature diffraction experiments 2643 Structures used in this study Table 3 Slopes of simple linear regression models predicting B Damage from solvent accessibility for selected atoms of the Nanao et al. (2005 ▶ ) datasets and the PDB dataset The intercept values are not shown.
Publication Year: 2015
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