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Re: [ccp4bb] Zero occupancy and bad geometry

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CCP4bb <-- 1999 <-- November 1999 <-- 30 November 1999
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Date: 2012-03-07
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Subject: Re: Zero occupancy and bad geometry
From: Eleanor Dodson eleanor {- dot -} dodson {- at -} YORK {- dot -} AC {- dot -} UK
Date: 2012-03-07

Coordinates with occ > 0 are refined and may shift - cds with occ=0 stay
where they were.. This may result in bad geometry of course. You can
"reglise" the whole residue in coot but that doesnt do nything except make
it look tidier.. Eleanor

On Mar 7 2012, Joel Tyndall wrote:

>Hi folks,
>
> I have a case where I have changed the occupancy of a lysine residue to
> 0.00 and after refinement the geometry is wrong, i.e. one of the bonds is
> extended (no connectivity in Coot and length is 1.76A). I have seen this
> before with other residues and a previous data set. The break in this
> case occurs between CG (1.00 occ) and CD (0.00 occ).
>
>Any thoughts on why this is occurring?
>
>Cheers
>
>Joel
>
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Subject: Re: qualification to serve as the co-author for the protein 3D structure stored in RCSB
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Date: 2012-03-07
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