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CCP4 XtalView
Phaser EPMR
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  • CCP4
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    Description:
    The CCP4 program suite is a collection of several programs required for computational macromolecular crystallography data processing. They have been collected and developed under the auspices of the Collaborative Computing Project Number 4, in Protein Crystallography in England's Daresbury Laboratory.
    Version and date:
    Version 5.0 May 2004
    Version 4.2.2 Nov. 2002
    Directory of executable:
    Linux version in neptune and raccoon:/usr/local/xray/CCP4/ccp4-5.0
    [Ver. 5.0]
    Linux version in neptune:/usr/local/xray/CCP4/ccp4-4.2.2
    [Ver. 4.2.2]
    Help file:
    CCP4 version 5.0 document [CCP4 Site via the Web]
    CCP4 version 5.0 document [Local copy ]
  • XtalView
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    Description:
    XtalView is a Graphical User Interface (GUI) software package for macromolecular crystallography. XtalView uses X-windows and is used for solving macromolecular structures by Multiple Isomorphous Replacement (MIR) or Multiwavelength Anomalous Dispersion (MAD). Model building and fitting can also be done using this program.

    Version and date:
    Version 4.1   September 2000.

    Directory of executable:
    Linux version in raccoon |neptune
    /usr/local/xray/XtalView/bin/ibmpcLinux2 [Version 4.0]
    Linux version in flame
    /sb/XtalView/bin/ibmpcLinux2 [Version 4.0]

    Help file:
    XtalView Guide from Scripps

    Main XtalView Website:
    CCMS Website SDSC @ UCSD
  • Phaser
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    Description:
    Phaser is a program for phasing macromolecular crystal structures with maximum likelihood methods. It has been developed by Randy Read's group at the University of Cambridge and is directly from this Phaser's web site.
    Version and date:
    Version 1.2   June 2004
    Directory of executable:
    Linux version in raccoon |neptune
    /usr/local/xray/Phaser.1.3.1/phaser-linux-1.3.1/phaser [Version 1.3]
    /usr/local/xray/Phaser1.2/phaser-linux-1.2/phaser [Version 1.2]

    Help file:
    Phaser 1.2 On-line Manual Cambridge, UK

    Main Phaser Website:
    Phaser Website Randy Read's lab, Cambridge, UK
  • EPMR
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    Description:
    EPMR is a program developed by Chuck Kissinger and other that finds crystallographic molecular replacement solutions using an evolutionary search algorithm. The program directly optimizes the three rotational and three positional parameters for the search model with respect to the correlation coefficient between Fo and Fc.
    Version and date:
    Version 2.5   January 2001.
    Directory of executable:
    Linux version in raccoon |neptune
    /usr/local/xray/EPMR/epmr_linux [Version 2.5]

    Help file:
    EPMR Guide from UCSF

    Main EPMR Website:
    EPMR Website UCSF
  • Uppsala Software Factory
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    Description:
    Uppsala Software Factory is repository of several utilities, programs and jiffy developed by Gerard J. Kleywegt at Uppsala University in Sweden. Utilities like dataman, mapman, moleman, seaman, pacman and others are part of this suite.
    Version and date:
    Version 2.5   Varies
    Directory of executable:
    Linux version in raccoon |neptune
    /usr/local/xray/USF/xutil_liunx/bin [Version varies]

    Help file:
    USF Manual pages

    Main USF Website:
    USF Website Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden
  • "O"
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    Description:
    Crystallographic data modeling and refinement program developed by Alwyn Jones and M. Kjeldgaard.
    Version and date:
    Directory of executable:
    Windows NT environment: \\kodiak\shares\o_nt\nt_o.exe
    [Ver. 7.0]
    Help file:
    "O" FAQ
    "O" for Structurally Challenged
    "O" for morons
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