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RE: [SA_scat] RNA SAXS programs: calculate Rg, P(r)

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  • Subject: RE: [SA_scat] RNA SAXS programs: calculate Rg, P(r)
  • From: "Thiyagarajan, Pappannan" <thiyaga@anl.gov>
  • Date: Mon, 21 Jun 2004 17:23:25 -0500

Tobin,

 

CRYSOL calculates the P(R) function using the atomic coordinates and FTs to produce I(Q) data. It also provides Rg from the P(R) data. You can go to the website http://www.iucr.org/iucr-top/comm/csas/ and look for useful links for software.

Regards,
Thiyaga

P. Thiyagarajan, Ph.D.
Senior Physicist, IPNS- 360, Room C-237
Argonne National Laboratory
9700 S. Cass Avenue
Argonne, Il 60439
1-630-252-3593
1-630-252-4163 (FAX)

For information on IPNS please see www.pns.anl.gov

 


From: sa_scat-bounces@iucr.org [mailto:sa_scat-bounces@iucr.org] On Behalf Of Tobin Sosnick
Sent: Monday, June 21, 2004 2:39 PM
To: sa_scat@iucr.org
Subject: [SA_scat] RNA SAXS programs: calculate Rg, P(r)

 

Hello:

Any one know of programs to calculate Rg and P(r) curves from a PDB-style file of an RNA structure?

Thank you.


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