Thanks, Robbie, I will try this.
On Mon, Feb 12, 2018 at 3:00 PM, Robbie Joosten <robbie_joos...@hotmail.com>
> Dear Vandna,
> Paired refinement is indeed the most reliable way to see whether the
> higher resolution data help your refinement. It is done automatically on
> the pdb-redo.eu server if the resolution of the data used in refinement
> so far is lower than the resolution of your dataset (by at least 0.1A). We
> get the resolution from your REMARK 3 stuff in the input pdb file header.
> Although it is not an ideal experiment, you can also cheat pdb-redo into
> doing paired refinement by forging the header of your pdb file.
> Sent from my Windows 10 phone
> *From: *Graeme Winter <graeme.win...@diamond.ac.uk>
> *Sent: *maandag 12 februari 2018 20:48
> *To: *CCP4BB@JISCMAIL.AC.UK
> *Subject: *Re: [ccp4bb] Resolution cut off
> The most useful information for this can come from paired refinement,
> which will tell you if the data in outer shell is improving the model.
> For example
> On balance it’s unlikely throwing away measurements will make your model
> Best wishes Graeme
> From: CCP4 bulletin board [CCP4BB@JISCMAIL.AC.UK] on behalf of Vands [
> Sent: 12 February 2018 19:27
> To: ccp4bb
> Subject: [ccp4bb] Resolution cut off
> I solved a crystal structure at 1.69 A resolution with R /R free
> 18 / 20 i used 1.69 A data.
> Data completeness is 100 % and for the outer shell, it's 50 %. for i /Sig
> I > 1.
> Do I need to cut resolution in refinement??
> Vandna Kukshal
> Postdoctral Research Associate
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