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Table 1 Solution structure statistics

From: The solution structure of the prototype foamy virus RNase H domain indicates an important role of the basic loop in substrate binding

Experimentally derived restraints   
distance restraints   
  NOE 1686
  intraresidual 527
  sequential 343
  medium range 245
  long range 505
  ambiguous 66
  hydrogen bonds 62
dihedral restraints   225
Restraint violation   
average distance restraint violation (Å) 0.0035 +/− 0.0008  
maximum distance restraint violation (Å) < 0.1  
average dihedral restraint violation (°) 0.10 +/− 0.04  
maximum dihedral restraint violation (°) 2.4  
deviation from ideal geometry   
bond length (Å) 0.00064 +/− 0.00005  
bond angle (Å) 0.12 +/− 0.006  
Coordinate precision a,b   
backbone heavy atoms (Rmsd) (Å) (all / defined secondary structure ) 1.05 / 0.46  
all heavy atoms (Rmsd) (Å) 1.58 / 0.92  
Ramachandran plot statisticsc (%) 89.7/9.6/0.3/0.4  
  1. a The precision of the coordinates is defined as the average atomic root mean square difference between the accepted simulated annealing structures and the corresponding mean structure calculated for the given sequence regions.
  2. b calculated for residues 593–747 (all) or 594–604, 612–621, 629–637, 642–659, 664–668, 671–686, 700–712, 717–720, 731–747 (defined secondary structure).
  3. c Ramachandran plot statistics are determined by PROCHECK and noted by most favored/additionally allowed/generously allowed/disallowed.