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Re: Concept-Proposal of the ComSIG - more comments

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  • Subject: Re: Concept-Proposal of the ComSIG - more comments
  • From: "Eleanor J. Dodson" <ccp4@ysbl.york.ac.uk>
  • Date: Fri, 13 Sep 2002 13:20:59 +0100 (BST)
Alexandre Urzhumtsev/Ourjoumtsev wrote:
> Hello,
> seems OK for me as well but I am ready to any modification including my
> replacement as a proposed co-chaiman.
> I did not get the remark by Eleanor conserning sussested MS 4 :
>         at my understanding, algorithms are NOT algorithms ONLY for REFINEMENT;
> what was suggested by Ton is much larger; there are a lot of mathematical
> algorithms which we need in various crystallographic applications; on the
> top of this, from the title it does not follow that there are algorithms
> for MACROMOLECULAR crystallography;

Only responding to the suggest re Dale Tronrud..

>         At the Macromolecular-MS list sent by Eleanor, I did not find such an
> important staff as a EM-linked studies. Do you think it can be put into the
> last one : "large systems" ?
>         If yes, I would like to suggest Niels Volkmann (originally from Hamburg;
> currently in La Jolla) as a speaker who works at a border X-RAY/ EM and did
> an excellent job. I know that he wants very much to come.

 Have you got the MX Sig list - it is includedthere, but it is nothing
particularly to do with COMSig I dont think?

 Good idea re Niels Volkmann - have you Email Thomas Schneider - he is
draewing up the list..

> Sasha

Eleanor J.Dodson, York Structural Biology Laboratory,
                  Chemistry Department, 
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