MIRAS doesn't count, only MIR (If I understand the original question correctly).
Boaz Shaanan, Ph.D.
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Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
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No, I listed a few recent ones
V. Gaur, et al., Plant Physiol., 152(4), 1842-1850 (2010)
O. Antipova, J Biol Chem. 2010 Mar 5;285(10):7087-96. Epub 2010 Jan 6.
Y. Nakajima, J Bacteriol. 2008 Dec;190(23):7819-29. Epub 2008 Sep 26.
S. Stayrook, Nature. 2008 Apr 24;452(7190):1022-5.
Many MIRAS, so the MIR part helped to get forms, and then collected with AS.
On Wed, June 6, 2012 3:42 pm, Boaz Shaanan wrote:
> So if get the gist of the thread right, am I correct in assuming that the
> last protein structures to be solved strictly by MIR are
> haemoglobin/myoglobin, lysozyme and chymotrypsin and perhaps one or two
> more in the late sixties? In which case the answer to the original
> question about MIR being obsolete, is "yes it is since a long time"?