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Quips about "stunning" software and the first structure it helped solve

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  • Gerard DVD Kleywegt
    Hi all, The Protein Data Bank in Europe (PDBe; pdbe.org) regularly produces Quips, short stories about QUite Interesting Pdb Structures (pdbe.org/quips). Quips
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      Hi all,

      The Protein Data Bank in Europe (PDBe; pdbe.org) regularly produces Quips,
      short stories about QUite Interesting Pdb Structures (pdbe.org/quips). Quips
      address biologically interesting aspects of one or more PDB entries, coupled
      with interactive graphics views and often a mini-tutorial or suggestions for
      further exploration using PDBe services and resources.

      Today another Quips episode was released. It looks back at the first crystal
      structure that was solved with the program Phaser and also tries to explain in
      (almost) layman's terms how Molecular Replacement works. The accompanying
      mini-tutorial shows you how to do multiple structure superimposition using
      PDBeFold (SSM).

      The Quips story can be found here: http://pdbe.org/quips?story=Phaser

      There is also an RSS feed that informs you whenever there is a new Quips
      article available. For links to this and several other feeds, see
      http://pdbe.org/rss

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      If you have an interesting structure whose story you would like to tell (with
      our help) in the form of a Quips episode, please contact us at pdbe@...

      --Gerard

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      Gerard J. Kleywegt, PDBe, EMBL-EBI, Hinxton, UK
      gerard@... ..................... pdbe.org
      Secretary: Pauline Haslam pdbe_admin@...
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