X-RAY DIFFRACTION Experimental Data & Validation


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Crystallization

Crystalization Experiments
Method Vapor Diffusion Hanging Drop
pH 4.5
Temperature 298.0
Details CACODYLATE, MGCL2, SRCL2, KCL, SPERMINE, MPD, pH 4.5, VAPOR DIFFUSION, HANGING DROP, temperature 298K

Crystal Data

Unit Cell
Length (Å) Angle (°)
a = 55.3 α = 90
b = 55.3 β = 90
c = 143.92 γ = 120
Symmetry
Space Group P 65 2 2

Diffraction

Diffraction Experiment
ID # Data Collection Temperature
1 100
Diffraction Detector
Detector Diffraction Type Details Collection Date
CCD MARRESEARCH -- 1999-08-25
Diffraction Radiation
Monochromator Protocol
-- MAD
Diffraction Detector Source
Source Type Wavelength List Synchrotron Site Beamline
SYNCHROTRON ALS BEAMLINE 5.0.2 0.92070, 0.92090, 0.90830, 1.0000 ALS 5.0.2

Data Collection

Overall
Resolution (High) Resolution (Low) Percent Possible (Observed) R Merge I (Observed) R Sym I (Observed) Net I Over Average Sigma (I) Redundancy Number Reflections (All) Number Reflections (Observed) Observed Criterion Sigma (F) Observed Criterion Sigma (I) B (Isotropic) From Wilson Plot
2.8 20 99.7 0.057 -- -- 40.3 3188 3188 -- -- --

Refinement

Statistics
Structure Solution Method Refinement High Resolution Refinement Low Resolution Cut-off Sigma (I) Cut-off Sigma (F) Number of Reflections (All) Number of Reflections (Observed) Number of Reflections (R-Free) Percent Reflections (Observed) R-Factor (All) R-Factor (Observed) R-Work R-Free R-Free Selection Details
-- 2.8 9.0 -- 0.0 3188 3188 -- -- -- 0.2609 0.2609 0.2822 RANDOM
RMS Deviations
Key Refinement Restraint Deviation
c_bond_d 0.013
c_angle_deg 1.96
Number of Non-Hydrogen Atoms Used in Refinement
Non-Hydrogen Atoms Numbers
Protein Atoms 0
Nucleic Acid Atoms 821
Heterogen Atoms 34
Solvent Atoms 5

Software

Computing
Computing Package Purpose
DENZO Data Reduction (intensity integration)
SCALEPACK Data Reduction (data scaling)
SHARP Structure Solution
CNS 0.9 Structure Refinement
Software
Software Name Purpose
CNS version: 0.9 refinement
SHARP model building