Open Dataset XSG1TQHV
SEC-SAXS-MALS data and models for NSP8 from SARS-CoV2
SEC-SAXS-MALS data on NSP8 from SARS-CoV2Experimental description:
The full SEC-SAXS trace set is available here. Each fame is a 2 second exposure and since collected on a direct detector there is nearly no time separation between frames. The buffer was 20mM Hepes, 150 mM NaCl, 1 mM TCEP pH 7.5. Non Structural Protein 8 is a component of the RNA dependent RNA polymerase (RdRp) from SARS CoV2. These protein was co-expressed in E. Coli and co- purified, sent to SIBYLS for collection and then purified again as part of the SEC-SAXS process. The full SEC-SAXS elution set is here for further analysis.File description:
File description: Each file name is numerically iterated so that NSP8_3_00009.cbf.dat is the 9th SAXS frame from the elution trace. Since it is the 9th frame it is collected 18 seconds after the instrument began recording. The merged NSP8.dat file for an SEC peak region is included.
Updated: 2021-05-21Submitting Author:
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, The SIBYLS Beamline
United States of America
Michal Hammel, Daniel Rosenberg, Mateusz Wilamowski, Andrzej Joachimiak , Youngchang KimProject Leader:
Data Download Terms:
Complete Set of SAXS Data Files:
The complete SAXS dataset is downloadable as a zip file.
- NSP8_frames+merged_DataFile.zip Download
Sample SAXS Data Files (total 1):
These are individual SAXS data files that are included in the complete dataset, but are available separately for quick download as examples of what is contained in the zip file.
- Nsp8.dat Download
Supplemental Data and Supporting Materials (total 3):
These data and materials may include X-ray crystal structure coordinates, multi-angle light scattering data, .etc. It may also include additional details or methods pertaining to the SAXS experiments, or the researcher's interpretations of the results.
- NSP8_3ub0_dimercompactfull.pdb Download
- NSP8_ensembles_size_1.txt.pdb Download
- NSP8_MALS.pdf Download
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