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Re: Solvent corrections a bit more history

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> From ccp4bb-owner@dl.ac.uk  Thu Jul  8 03:33:10 1999

Prof. Simon EV Phillips wrote:

> As a contribution to the recent discussions on solvent correction, 
> these arguments are anything but new. 

I don't think I left anyone with the impression that I was bringing
new insight into solvent correction. I was merely responding to 
contributions where I felt clarification was neccesarry. A statement like
the one above could be used for a lot of discussions on the CCP4BB.

I too would wellcome a historical review on solvent correction. Until then
Dirk Kostrewas paper in the CCP4 NEWSLETTER is a good reference in particular
with respect to the practical application of solvent correction in current
program packages. This was also what the discussion was about.

Jens F.W. Petersen, Ph.D
Department of Biochemistry
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University of Alberta
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Email jens@manitou.biochem.ualberta.ca