The Rate of PolyQ-Mediated Aggregation Is Dramatically Affected by the Number and Location of Surrounding Domains
Amy L. Robertson, Mark A. Bate, Ashley M. Buckle, Stephen P. Bottomley
J Mol Biol. 2011 Nov 4;413(4):879-87. Epub 2011 Sep 16.
Computational methods for studying serpin conformational change and structural plasticity.
Kass I, Reboul CF, Buckle AM.
Methods Enzymol. 2011;501:295-323.
Apple have posted an article describing our 800-core Xserve supercomputer (Orchard) on their website!
Monash University have written a piece about TARDIS in their ‘Monash Memo‘
Schmidberger JS, Bate MA, Reboul CF, Androulakis SG, Phan JMN, Whisstock JC, Goscinski WJ, Abramson A, and Buckle AM (2010) MrGrid: A Portable Grid Based Molecular Replacement Pipeline. PLoS One. Apr 6;5(4):e10049. PubMed link
Apple University Consortium (AUC) in Australia wrote an article on our grid computing in their newsletter Wheels of the Mind (PDF)
Konagurthu AS, Reboul CF, Schmidberger JS, Irving, JA, Lesk AM, Stuckey PJ, Whisstock JC, and Buckle AM (2010) MUSTANG-MR Structural Sieving Server: Applications in Protein Structural Analysis and Crystallography. PLoS One. Apr 6;5(4):e10048. PubMed link
The crystallography blog P212121 have posted an article on TARDIS entitled “TARDIS for the Storage of X-ray Diffraction Images“.
This comes as a follow-up to their recent poll “Do we need an X-ray Diffraction Image Data Bank?“.
The poll is still open, but currently 81% of P212121 readers are voting for that the crystallography community does need an open, freely available diffraction image data bank.
Be sure to head over to P212121 and have your say.