Supplementary Figure 4: Comparison of anomalous peak heights between conventional, high-redundancy single-orientation and high-redundancy multiple-orientation T2R-TTL data sets. | Nature Methods

Supplementary Figure 4: Comparison of anomalous peak heights between conventional, high-redundancy single-orientation and high-redundancy multiple-orientation T2R-TTL data sets.

From: Fast native-SAD phasing for routine macromolecular structure determination

Supplementary Figure 4

Low redundancy single orientation (1 × 360º at Chi = 0º), high redundancy single orientation (8 × 360º at Chi = 0º) and high redundancy multiple orientation (1 × 360º at Chi = 0º, 5º, 10º, 15º, 20º, 25º, 30º and 0°) T2R-TTL data sets were measured with similar total X-ray dose. All data were collected on one crystal. The anomalous peak heights calculated to 3.0 Å resolution are substantially higher for the low dose high redundancy multiple orientation data collection protocol.

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