Home Lab SAD phasing with HKL-3000: From data collection to refined models in less than an hour

Jim Pflugrath
Date and time: 
Thursday, November 17, 2011 - 10:00am

This interactive tutorial and webinar will demonstrate how to use HKL-3000 to process diffraction images, find the anomalous substructure with SHELXD, phase with SHELXC, MLPHARE, and DM, then build with ARP/wARP and refine with REFMAC (Kudos to all the authors of these programs!).

Emphasis will be on practical tips and how to interpret the output. Relatively low redundancy diffraction datasets will be used as examples to dispel some of the myths about sulfur and selenium Home Lab SAD phasing

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