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Statistical methods in X-ray crystallography

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By improving our statistical understanding of the X-ray diffraction experiment, we are able to develop new likelihood-based methods to solve the crystal structures of proteins. These are implemented in our program, Phaser (http://www-structmed.cimr.cam.ac.uk/phaser/index.html). Some of the general concepts and results will be presented.

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