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Table 3 Numerical results of using RUGB and GB methods in protein structure determination

From: Protein structure determination via an efficient geometric build-up algorithm

PDB Name Atoms RUGB error* GB error1** GB error2*
2DX2 174 2.31E-11 7.81E-12 4.80E-05
1ID7 189 8.62E-14 1.94E-13 8.48E-08
1B5N 332 1.93E-10 1.87E-07 4.31E+07
1FW5 332 1.65E-12 2.31E-08 1.55E+00
1SOL 353 7.33E-13 1.58E-05 1.70E+04
1JAV 360 2.78E-12 3.33E-03 4.97E+01
1MEQ 405 2.43E-12 4.54E-08 2.21E+04
1AMB 438 7.11E-12 3.01E-09 1.11E+00
1R7C 532 8.62E-10 1.54E-2 6.07E+12
1HLL 540 2.83E-12 2.04 1.83E+09
1VII 596 3.56E-10 0.373 1.52E+05
1HIP 617 4.80E-10 1.25E+5 N.A.
1ULR 677 3.84E-10 3.20E+3 7.33E+09
1BOM 700 1.36E-09 2.7E-2 1.68E+12
1AIK 729 9.19E-09 26.9 N.A.
1CEU 854 3.15E-10 5E-5 9.35E+09
1KVX' 954 7.21E-04 977.49 7.45E+30
1VMP 1166 1.01E-06 2.78071E+13 N.A.
1HSM 1251 5.88E-07 1857.809626 1.37E+15
1HAA 1310 4.49E-10 83.15 6.62E+09
  1. All errors are in Å.
  2. N.A. means such protein can not be determined due to a large numerical error
  3. E-5 means 10-5 and E+5 means 105; others follow similarly
  4. * for each tested protein, a given set of distances are prepared with a cut-off distance 5Å
  5. ** for each tested protein, a given set of distances are prepared with a cut-off distance 8Å