interhelical angles

David Rose drose at oci.utoronto.ca
Mon Nov 20 12:58:35 EST 1995


In article <9511180144.AA03971 at dupond.Scripps.edu> brianw at SCRIPPS.EDU (Brian Wimberly) writes:
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>From BIOSCI-REQUEST at net.bio.net Fri Nov 17 16:14 PST 1995
>To: x-plor at net.bio.net
>From: lisl at IRIS.lsc.pku.edu.cn (Li Songlin)
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>Date: 17 Nov 1995 16:14:22 -0800
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>Dear All,
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>Could we calculate the angles between any two helix in a protein using
>XPLOR? And how?
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>Regards,
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>Songlin Li.
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>Are you intent on using X-PLOR? If not, I think that
>the groups that have recently calculated structures of
>Ca++ binding proteins have programs to calculate 
>interhelical angles. 
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>For descriptions of applications, see: 
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>A program from Ikura's group:
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>Gagne et al., Nature Struct. Biol. 2, 784 (1995)
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>Finn et al., Nature Struct. Biol. 2, 777 (1995)
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>A program by J. Theaker based on a protocol by Chothia (JMB 145, 215):
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>Potts et al., Nature Struct. Biol. 2, 790 (1995)
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>Apparently this program is not freely available. I would suggest contacting
>Ikura's group for their program. 
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>Prof. Mitsu Ikura: (416) 924-0671 ext 2025
>if their web pages are up to date.
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>Brian

  Mitsu's new number is 946-2025. His email is mikura at oci.utoronto.ca




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