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Will widgets and semantic tagging change computational biology?
(2010) PLoS Comput Biol 6
PubMed: 20195550 | PubMedCentral: PMC2829027 | DOI: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1000673
The menu tag tied to entry 2tmv , a specific structure in the PDB, brings up a menu of options associated with access to that entry, for example display the sequence of the entry, display a summary pa... e from the PDB describing the structure, and so on.
Publication Year: 2010
4.6A Cryo-EM reconstruction of tobacco mosaic virus from images recorded at 300 keV on a 4k x 4k CCD camera.
(2010) J Struct Biol 171
PubMed: 20558300 | PubMedCentral: PMC2939825 | DOI: 10.1016/j.jsb.2010.06.011
Atomic coordinates 2TMV (X-ray fibre structure) and 20M3 (cryo-EM structure) were docked into the cryo-EM density using Chimera ( Goddard et al., 2007 ).
Using visual inspection and cross-correlation coefficients (the cc value was 14% lower for 2TMV compared to 2OM3) as guides it was obvious that 2OM3, the atomic coordinates generated from the previous cryo-EM study, gave a better fit to the density ( Fig. 2 ; only 2OM3 fit shown; for a comparison of the X-ray fibre structure and the previous cryo-EM structure see Sachse et al., 2007 ; Supplementary Fig. 2 ).
3.4 Atomic structure fitting and refinement The 2TMV and 2OM3 structures were docked into the final map using Chimera ( Goddard et al., 2007 ).
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