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CcpNmr

  • Description

    an analysis program built on top of the CCP Data Model, inspired partly by the program ANSIG (Per Kraulis) and partly by the program Sparky (T.D.Goddard and D.G.Kneller, UCSF).

  • Primary Citation*

    W. F. Vranken, W. Boucher, T. J. Stevens, R. H. Fogh, A. Pajon, M. Llinas, E. L. Ulrich, J. L. Markley, J. Ionides, and E. D. Laue. 2005. The CCPN data model for NMR spectroscopy: development of a software pipeline. Proteins. 59(4): 687-696.


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  • Tales

    Unplanned Pioneer

    Unplanned Pioneer

    When Tim Stevens finished his PhD in biochemistry at the University of Cambridge in 1999, he needed a job to tide him over for a few months. When he discovered that his department had 9 months of grant funding for someone to do Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Imaging (NMR) analysis, he applied.

    Even though he'd never done NMR work before, he got the job, and so defined the next decade of his career.

    During that 9-month stint, Stevens solved one structure on his own and assisted with another. "I'd done a lot of computing work and I knew my way around a protein very well," he says, "so using the NMR software came naturally to me."

    The software Stevens was using had been written in the 1980s ...

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  • Keywords

    NMR

  • Default Versions

    Linux 64:  2.4.2
    OS X INTEL:  2.4.2

  • Other Available Versions

      Linux 32:

      2.3.1, 2.3.0, 2.2.2, 2.1.5
    • Linux 64:

      2.4.1, 2.3.1
    • OS X INTEL:

      2.4.1, 2.3.1
    • powermac:

      2.1.5, 2.1.3, 2.1.2, 1.0
  • Developers

    Wayne Boucher, Rasmus Fogh, John Ionides, Chris Spronk, Tim Stevens.

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