Molecular weight estimation

Interactive and automated data processing tools (PRIMUS, GNOM, AUTORG).
Scattering from simple bodies (BODIES), peak analysis (PEAK), data plotting (SASPLOT) etc.
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Molecular weight estimation

#1 Post by EduardoBruch » 2018.11.26 14:55

Hello,
For my usual data proccesing I was allways using the BSA standard or the Porod Volume/1.6 to estimate MW.
I just started to used the new version of Primus (from 2.8.3 package) and I found the new Molecular weight analysis option very useful.
I was wondering if there was any help/manual with further details about the different results, specially regarding the approaches used for each of the four automatic calculations (Vc, Qp, MoW and size and shape).
Thanks in advance

Eduardo

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Re: Molecular weight estimation

#2 Post by AL » 2018.11.29 12:45

EduardoBruch wrote:
2018.11.26 14:55
I just started to used the new version of Primus (from 2.8.3 package)...
If your OS is Windows or Linux - please note that the latest package is 2.8.4. (If you have a Mac please stick to 2.8.3 for now.)
EduardoBruch wrote:
2018.11.26 14:55
I was wondering if there was any help/manual with further details about the different results, specially regarding the approaches used for each of the four automatic calculations (Vc, Qp, MoW and size and shape).
Check out Hajizadeh et al. (2018) Consensus Bayesian assessment of protein molecular mass from solution X-ray scattering data Sci. Rep. 8:7204 doi

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Re: Molecular weight estimation

#3 Post by EduardoBruch » 2018.12.02 19:46

That is exactly what I needed, about the version I am using the 2.8.3 in mac.
Thanks Al!

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