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Re: [ccp4bb]: maximum resolution given overall B-factor?
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Harry Powell wrote:
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> Hi folks
> this isn't a CCP4 question, but as I know you're all really
> If I have an overall B-factor for a dataset (obtained from, e.g., a Wilson
> plot), is there any consensus as to the highest resolution data
> which could be obtained from the crystal in question (assuming no
> decomposition/radiation damage/etc)?
> Has anyone tabulated this (is there a useful reference?)? Is it even
> worthwhile tabulating?
It would be useful - anecdotal, but I find the average B factor ad the
Wilson B are quite close providing data goes to 2.5A or so. but lower
resolution wilson Bs are very uncertain, and those are the ones you
really need to know..