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Overall B-factor prediction
%Bfactors-Wn> 0 negative values found in the B-factors column of pdb file.
(CHARMM units assumed for eigenvalues)
Bfactors> Normal end.
Residue-by-residue B-factor prediction for CA atoms
B-factors are computed based on the first 100 normal modes (B-PREDICT)
and are scaled to match the overall B-factors in the submitted model (B-SCALED).
A high correlation with the observations is an indicator that the normal modes capture well the
overall flexibility features of the model.
Comparison of the observed (B-OBS, blue) and the
computed (B-SCALED, red) B-factors for
all C-alpha atoms is presented below.
Differences between B-factors from normal mode analysis
and from X-ray crystallographic data may for example indicate regions where
the protein flexibility is modified due to external factors such as
ATOM TYP RES RESID B-PREDICT B-SCALED B-OBS
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Last modification: October 18th, 2018.