X-RAY DIFFRACTION Experimental Data & Validation


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Crystallization

Crystalization Experiments
pH 7
Details pH 7.0

Crystal Data

Unit Cell
Length (Å) Angle (°)
a = 121 α = 90
b = 121 β = 90
c = 171 γ = 90
Symmetry
Space Group P 43 21 2

Diffraction

Diffraction Experiment
ID # Data Collection Temperature
1 298
Diffraction Detector
Detector Diffraction Type Details Collection Date
IMAGE PLATE MACSCIENCE DIP100 -- 1994-10
Diffraction Radiation
Monochromator Protocol
GRAPHITE(002) --
Diffraction Detector Source
Source Type Wavelength List Synchrotron Site Beamline
-- -- -- -- --

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
3.2 8 92.4 0.08 -- -- 3.0 -- 18581 -- 2.0 --
High Resolution Shell
Resolution (High) Resolution (Low) Percent Possible (All) R Merge I (Observed) R-Sym I (Observed) Mean I Over Sigma (Observed) Redundancy Number Unique Reflections (All)
3.2 3.3 85.0 0.11 -- 2.7 2.0 --

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
-- 3.2 8.0 -- 0.0 -- 18581 -- 92.4 -- 0.21 0.21 0.29 --
RMS Deviations
Key Refinement Restraint Deviation
x_bond_d 0.015
x_angle_deg 3.6
Number of Non-Hydrogen Atoms Used in Refinement
Non-Hydrogen Atoms Numbers
Protein Atoms 5884
Nucleic Acid Atoms 0
Heterogen Atoms 0
Solvent Atoms 0

Software

Computing
Computing Package Purpose
ELMS Data Reduction (intensity integration)
X-PLOR 3.1 Structure Solution
X-PLOR 3.1 Structure Refinement
Software
Software Name Purpose
X-PLOR version: 3.1 refinement
X-PLOR version: 3.1 model building