X-Ray Diffraction data from Hen Lysozyme, source of 6O2H structure

Data DOI: 10.15785/SBGRID/747 | ID: 747

6O2H Coordinates: Viewer, PDB (RCSB) (PDBe), MMDB

Ando Laboratory, Cornell University

Release Date: Feb. 28, 2020

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Biological Sample:

Hen Lysozyme

Dataset Type:

X-Ray Diffraction

Subject Composition:


Collection Facility:

Beamline F1 at CHESS

Data Creation Date:

June 26, 2017

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Cite this Dataset

Meisburger, SP; Ando, N. 2020. "X-Ray Diffraction data for: Hen Lysozyme. PDB Code 6O2H", SBGrid Data Bank, V1, https://doi.org/10.15785/SBGRID/747.

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Dataset Description

Hen lysozyme in triclinic space group at ambient temperature, diffuse scattering dataset

Project Members

Name Additional Roles Affiliation While Working on the Project
Steve P MeisburgerData Collector, DepositorPrinceton University
Nozomi AndoData CollectorPrinceton University
Nozomi AndoPICornell University

Reprocessing Instructions

This dataset consists of 11 wedges collected from 4 crystals. For processing Bragg data, each wedge was integrated separately in xds, and all wedges were merged using pointless / aimless. Diffuse scattering maps were generated from the same set of images using custom software written in MATLAB. Background images for each crystal were used in diffuse map generation, and are included in the deposition.

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