Re: AMBER: Back on track

From: David A. Case <>
Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2008 17:33:46 -0800

On Mon, Jan 28, 2008, Mike Summers wrote:
> I think we have finally figure out our sample prep problem. It had to do
> with the temperature in the room, which affected the temperature of the
> gels (we were getting great looking gels this summer but poor gels
> this winter...we now get great gels when they are set up behind our
> compute cluster at 90 degrees F). I'm expecting to begin collecting RDC
> and RCSA data for our large RNA in a week or so.
> As part our collaboration, would you be interested in doing the calculations
> on our new low-latency Apple cluster? I'd like to set up an account for you,
> which might make it easier for us to see what you are doing and for us to share
> our files with you. I want to be able to tell HHMI that we are using
> the computer they purchased. I'll set up directories for you that have
> all the NOE and RDC restraints, converted cyana structures,
> and .crd files, etc., which should speed things up for you. My computer
> tech can install your latest (test) version of amber, or you can do
> it yourself (or with him) if you wish. He is really and
> responsive.
> Let me know if this is OK with you, and I'll get your account set up.

Sounds fine to me...thanks in advance...dave

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