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Data analysis software ATSAS 2.8.2

A program suite for small-angle scattering data analysis from biological macromolecules

Data processing

PRIMUS - manipulations with experimental 1D SAS data
GNOM - indirect transform program that evaluates the particle distance distribution function p(r)
Data manipulation and analysis tools - AUTORG, ALMERGE, DATGNOM, DATPOROD etc.

Ab initio methods

DAMMIN - ab initio shape determination using a dummy atom model
DAMMIF - rapid shape determination
GASBOR - reconstruction of a protein structure by a chain-like ensemble of dummy residues
MONSA - shape determination using a multiphase dummy atom model

Rigid body modelling

SASREF - modelling of multisubunit complexes
BUNCH - modelling of multidomain proteins against multiple data sets
CORAL - modelling of multidomain protein complexes against multiple data sets
MASSHA - interactive modelling of atomic structures and shape analysis
GLOBSYMM - rigid body modelling of symmetric oligomers

Mixtures and flexible systems

OLIGOMER - volume fractions of mixtures with known scattering intensities from the components
MIXTURE - modelling of multicomponent systems
EOM - Ensemble Optimization Method for flexible proteins
SREFLEX - flexible refinement of high-resolution models combining SAXS and NMA

PDB oriented tools

CRYSOL - X-ray scattering patterns from known hi-res structures
CRYSON - neutron scattering patterns from known hi-res structures
SUPCOMB - superimposes one 3D structure onto another
DAMAVER - align ab initio models, select the most typical one

Manuals

If you use ATSAS please cite:

Franke, D., Petoukhov, M.V., Konarev, P.V., Panjkovich, A., Tuukkanen, A., Mertens, H.D.T., Kikhney, A.G., Hajizadeh, N.R., Franklin, J.M., Jeffries, C.M. and Svergun, D.I. (2017)
ATSAS 2.8: a comprehensive data analysis suite for small-angle scattering from macromolecular solutions
J. Appl. Cryst. 50 © International Union of Crystallography DOI


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