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28 Feb 2017
The Computational Biology Group develops a range of software in the areas of structural biology, molecular simulation and omics. In particular, we participate in several multi-institution collaborative projects which support major packages.
Name of Package
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Suite of software for the solution of macromolecular structures by X-ray crystallography. Licensed for an annual fee to for-profit organisations, and free of charge to academics.
Suite of software for the solution of macromolecular structures by Electron cryo-Microscopy.
A collaborative endeavour to develop new diffraction integration software to meet the data analysis requirements of new light sources such as X-FELS, sub-micron focus synchrotron beamlines. This is a collaboration between Diamond Light Source, Lawrence Berkley National Laboratory, and STFC.
Ballard, Charles (STFC,RAL,SC)
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