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Submission Title

Fitting with Segger

Submission Authors

  • Pintilie, G

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The structure 3c5b was fitted into the map by aligning it with the combined 7 segmented regions corresponding to an ASU. The alignment basically matches centers of mass of structure and regions, and aligns principal axes or exhaustively rotates the structure. An optimization is done of each alignment, by moving the structure in the average gradient direction at each point in the corresponding simulated map. The fit with the highest cross-correlation amongst all the alignments tried had a significantly higher CC-score than the other incorrect fits. This fit appeared correct since the proteins in the fitted structure seem to match the segmented regions very well.

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Representative Image: eps15_9A_fit1.png

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Submission Details

Submission Title

Fitting with Segger

Submission Authors

  • Pintilie, G

(hint: click '+' to add more items)

Submission Comments

The structure 3c5b was fitted into the map by aligning it with the combined 7 segmented regions corresponding to an ASU. The alignment basically matches centers of mass of structure and regions, and aligns principal axes or exhaustively rotates the structure. An optimization is done of each alignment, by moving the structure in the average gradient direction at each point in the corresponding simulated map. The fit with the highest cross-correlation amongst all the alignments tried had a significantly higher CC-score than the other incorrect fits. This fit appeared correct since the proteins in the fitted structure seem to match the segmented regions very well.

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