Optimal description of a protein structure in terms of multiple groups undergoing TLS motion.

@article{Painter2006OptimalDO,
  title={Optimal description of a protein structure in terms of multiple groups undergoing TLS motion.},
  author={Jay Painter and Ethan A. Merritt},
  journal={Acta crystallographica. Section D, Biological crystallography},
  year={2006},
  volume={62 Pt 4},
  pages={
          439-50
        }
}
A single protein crystal structure contains information about dynamic properties of the protein as well as providing a static view of one three-dimensional conformation. This additional information is to be found in the distribution of observed electron density about the mean position of each atom. It is general practice to account for this by refining a separate atomic displacement parameter (ADP) for each atomic center. However, these same displacements are often described well by simpler… CONTINUE READING

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