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Low-res Cryo-EM Maps Brought up to Scratch With New Software

News   Jul 30, 2019 | Original story from Purdue University.

 
Low-res Cryo-EM Maps Brought up to Scratch With New Software

An example of the secondary structure detection in cryo-EM density map using Emap2Sec. A left is an EM map of archaeal 20S proteasome (EMDB ID: EMD-1733). At right are detected secondary structures by Emap2Sec. Points in magenta are the positions of detected alpha helices; yellow points are detected beta strands, and green points are for detected coils (other structures). Credit: Purdue University image/Daisuke Kihara.

 
 
 

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