Dear CCP4 users,
I would like to draw your attention to the topic "If it is a new
structure?", which is one more case, when new community members were
welcomed, and were "gently" explained about the rules of files sharing,
as it is an evidence, that the rules about files sharing are not well
defined and highlighted as a crucial point (as it appears to be) during
I think, that proper introduction of these rules on the page of
subscription is much more easier than to explain them to every new
member who posts files not properly.
On 12/21/2010 01:02 AM, CCP4BB automatic digest system wrote:
Next time, irrespective of whether your structure is a new one or not,
please upload your images to picasa, flickr, your university's file
sharing server or some such thing and include the link in your email.
Don't flood several thousand inboxes with megabytes of pixels. And
compress bitmaps, for crying out loud. How hard can it be?
On 20/12/2010 10:49,<Liu Zhao> wrote:
-- Andreas Förster, Research Associate Paul Freemont & Xiaodong Zhang
Labs Department of Biochemistry, Imperial College London
> 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.
PhD student of Prof. Petr Leiman
Laboratory of Structural Biology and Biophysics
Institut de physique des systèmes biologiques
École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)
Phone: +41 21 693 04 40