DL/SCI/R23

MOLECULAR REPLACEMENT

February, 1985

Foreword |
(iii) |

Introduction. By G. Dodson |
1 |

Introduction to rotation and translation functions. By D.M. Blow |
2 |

Symmetry and the rotation function. By D.S. Moss |
8 |

Rotation angles. By P.R. Evans |
14 |

Investigations into the limitations of a rotation and a translation function. By A.J. Schierbeek, R. Renestseder, B.W. Dijkstra and W.G.J. Hol |
16 |

Review of space group general translation functions that make use of known structure information and can be expanded as Fourier series. By I.J Tickle |
22 |

Molecular replacement and the crystallins. By H.P.C. Driessen and H. White |
27 |

Molecular replacement: The method and its problems. By E.J. Dodson |
33 |

Molecular replacement studies of 6PGDH from Bacillus Stearothermophilus. By P.D. Carr, E.J. Dodson, T.J. Greenhough and J.R. Helliwell |
46 |

The molecular replacement method and gramicidin S. By M.M. Harding |
50 |

Low resolution structures of two forms of phosphofructokinase. By P.R. Evans, G.W. Farrants, M.C. Lawrence and Y. Shirakihara |
53 |

Use of multi-dimensional search methods for structure determination of large molecules. By D. Rabinovich |
56 |

Experience with the application of Patterson search techniques. By R. Huber |
58 |

Real space vs. reciprocal. By M. Buehner and H.J. Hecht |
62 |

Rotation functions, density averaging and phase extension: Panulirus Interruptus Haemocyanin. By W.G.J. Hol, A. Volbeda and W.P.J. Gaykema |
70 |

A new sampling method for molecular replacement and angular correlation. By R. Karlsson |
76 |

CORELS — How rigid is your molecule? By A.G.W. Leslie |
78 |

Some experiences with Haemoglobin refinement. By Z.S. Derewenda |
82 |

Molecular replacement: A discussion and review of the contributions. By T.L. Blundell and I.J. Tickle |
89 |