Roberto Tejero from the University of Valencia, Spain will join us on January 26th at 12:00pm EST to give a primer on PDBStat, a coordinate and protein NMR restraint converter.
University of Valencia, Spain
Host: Jason Key
PDBStat is a user-friendly tool for interconverting between protein coordinate and protein NMR restraint data formats. It also provides an integrated set of computational methods for protein NMR restraint analysis and structure quality assessment, relabeling of prochiral atoms with correct IUPAC names, as well as multiple methods for analysis of the consistency of atomic positions indicated by their convergence across a protein NMR ensemble.
Learn more about PDBStat from the website.
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