Interactive and automated data processing and analysis tools: PRIMUS, CHROMIXS, GNOM, AUTORG, DATCMP, DATOP etc.
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Yes. MW is calculated as
mass = (QR / ec)L
where QR = Vc2/Rg.
According to (Rambo & Tainer, 2013) Figure 3a, for proteins ec = 0.1231 and L = 1.0. These values are used in DATVC.
According to Figure 3b, for RNA ec = 0.00934 and L = 0.808. Thus you can calculate Vc MW for RNA data as
MWRNA = (0.1231*MWprotein/0.00934)0.808