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Re: _atom_site_aniso_label is broken

On [2005-Jun-20]  Nick Spadaccini <nick@cs.uwa.edu.au> wrote:
 
> Small molecule people tend to use one loop.

Is that true? I always use two and I don't tend to see many 'foreign' cifs so my sample is too small to generalize from :-)

> 
> At the level of CIF validation, it is that the data can be in one loop or 
> in two loops and they are equally valid. Hence your validator should 
> handle it.

I would hope that would be the case.

Regards,
Richard
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Richard G. Ball
Sr. Research Fellow
Merck Research Laboratories
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