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Walk-thrus & tutorials:

Evaluate X-ray structure: Typical steps for a published X-ray crystal structure or one still undergoing refinement.

Evaluate NMR structure: Typical steps for a published NMR ensemble or one still undergoing refinement.

Fix up structure: Rebuild the model to remove outliers as part of the refinement cycle.

Work with kinemages: Create and view interactive 3-D graphics from your web browser.

What's new in 4.1:

  • Validation analysis now powered by CCTBX. Also adds geometry regularization for N/Q/H flip corrections. Read more about this change here.
  • Alternate conformations now handled for validation analysis.

What's new in 4.0:

  • Updated Reduce-added hydrogen lengths to be more consistent with other crystallography software.
  • New Top8000 Ramachandran validation information.
  • Allows use of both electron cloud and nuclear x-H bond-lengths. Read more about this change here.
  • Full support for 2-character CHAINIDs added. 4-character SEGIDs also supported in place of CHAINIDs.

Common questions:

Cite MolProbity: Chen et al. (2010) MolProbity: all-atom structure validation for macromolecular crystallography. Acta Crystallographica D66:12-21.

and/or

Davis et al. (2007) MolProbity: all-atom contacts and structure validation for proteins and nucleic acids. Nucleic Acids Research 35:W375-W383.

Cite KiNG: Chen et al. (2009) KiNG (Kinemage, Next Generation): A versatile interactive molecular and scientific visualization program. Protein Science 18:2403-2409.

Cite CCTBX: Grosse-Kunstleve et al. (2002) The Computational Crystallography Toolbox: crystallographic algorithms in a reusable software framework. J. Appl. Cryst. 35:126-136.

About hydrogens: Why have the hydrogen bondlengths changed?

Installing Java: how to make kinemage graphics work in your browser.

Download MolProbity: how can I run a private MolProbity server, or run from the command line?

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