X-plor January 1997 Archives by thread

Starting: Fri Jan 3 05:00:42 EST 1997
Ending: Fri Jan 31 10:49:18 EST 1997
Messages: 40

  1. BIOSCI/bionet miniFAQ & Fundraiser   BIOSCI Administrator
  2. post-doctoral position   Dietrich Suck
  3. PSC Computational Macromolecular Crystallography Workshop   Marcela Madrid
  4. conditional includes   John D. Barton
  5. conditional includes   Axel T. Brunger
  6. POT=SOFT, where is d_minus   Christoph Steinbeck
  7. Diffusion coefficient estimation using MD.   Sridhar Desikan
  8. X-PLOR(online) 3.581 for Solaris 2.5.1 (SUN Ultra)   Ralf W. Grosse-Kunstleve
  9. XPLOR Usage patterns..   Ravishankar Subramanya
  10. Ramachandran core definition - clarification (hopefully) and more info   Gerard 'CD' Kleywegt
  11. Solvent Density with XPLOR (online) ?   Oliver Sauer
  12. PSC Crystallography Workshop   Marcela Madrid
  13. problems with dna/ran multiple conformations   M. Vogtherr
  14. Tronrud's parameter(b-factor) on xplor(3.851 on line)   SATOSHI FUJII
  15. Position available at SSRL   Protein Crystallography at SSRL
  16. X-PLOR: generate.inp   lacount at psc.scarolina.edu
  17. XPLOR and WINDOWS NT and ALPHA XL   ramaswamy.S
  18. unsubscribe   Chuag-Che Wu
  19. Lennard-Jones potentials   David Lawson
  20. Lennard-Jones potentials for Sm   Dyda
  21. X-PLOR on Linux   David J. Liu
  22. ogygen bound to a cysteine   Nathalie Colloc'h
  23. Cd(2+) potentials for generate.inp   Kelvin Stott
  24. X-PLOR on Linux   John Wu
  25. Typo?   Ed Czerwinski
  26. (none)   Leslie Miranda
  27. A Cool Way to Make $$$   Vangelis
  28. A Cool Way to Make $$$   Vangelis
  29. refine the reflection file   Ziqian Hua
  30. X-PLOR vs Hydrogens   Thomas J. Stout
  31. CISP peptide bond   Jamie Fletcher
  32. CISP peptide bond   Michael Nilges
  33. hydrogens and b factors   James Raftery
  34. Average RMSD   Jinhai Gao
  35. xplo2d   Gerard 'CD' Kleywegt
  36. xplo2d   Gerard 'CD' Kleywegt

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