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Default A Consensus on Protein Structure Accuracy in NMR?

A Consensus on Protein Structure Accuracy in NMR?

Publication date: 3 February 2015
Source:Structure, Volume 23, Issue 2

Author(s): Martin Billeter

The precision of an NMR structure may be manipulated by calculation parameters such as calibration factors. Its accuracy is, however, a different issue. In this issue of Structure, Buchner and Güntert present “consensus structure bundles,” where precision analysis allows estimation of accuracy.







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