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Default Protein‚??ligand structure determination with the NMR molecular replacement tool, N MR 2

Protein‚??ligand structure determination with the NMR molecular replacement tool, N MR 2

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We recently reported on a new method called NMR Molecular Replacement that efficiently derives the structure of a protein‚??ligand complex at the interaction site. The method was successfully applied to high and low affinity complexes covering ligands from peptides to small molecules. The algorithm used in the NMR Molecular Replacement program has until now not been¬*described in detail. Here, we present a complete description of the NMR Molecular Replacement implementation as well as several new features that further reduce the time required for structure elucidation.



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