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On 20/12/2010 10:49, <Liu Zhao > wrote:
The structure of my protein is as shown as the purple one. Another one
,as shown as green,is homologous .But the structure of my protein can't
be obtained by using molecular replacement. And both structures have
much different, especially in B chain. If my structure is a new one?
thank you for help.

        Andreas Förster, Research Associate
        Paul Freemont & Xiaodong Zhang Labs
Department of Biochemistry, Imperial College London

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