Restrained real‐space macromolecular atomic refinement using a new resolution‐dependent electron‐density function

@inproceedings{Chapman1995RestrainedRM,
  title={Restrained real‐space macromolecular atomic refinement using a new resolution‐dependent electron‐density function},
  author={Michael S. Chapman},
  year={1995}
}
A new atomic electron-density function is derived by Fourier transformation of resolution-truncated atomic scattering factors. It forms the basis of a new real-space refinement method, RSREF, that is a substantial improvement on prior implementations that did not formally consider the absence of high-resolution terms in a typical macromolecular electron-density map. Real-space refinement is further improved through the simultaneous refinement of stereochemical restraints analogous to reciprocal… CONTINUE READING

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