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A quality comparison of protein crystals grown under containerless conditions generated by diamagnetic levitation, silicone oil and agarose gel. Erratum

aSchool of Life Sciences, Northwestern Polytechnical University, 127 Youyi Road, Xi'an City, Shaanxi 710072, People's Republic of China, and bShanghai Institute of Applied Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, No. 239 Zhangheng Road, Shanghai 201204, People's Republic of China
*Correspondence e-mail: hejianhua@sinap.ac.cn, yindc@nwpu.edu.cn

(Received 23 October 2013; accepted 23 October 2013; online 19 November 2013)

Table 2 of the article by Cao et al. [(2013), Acta Cryst. D69, 1901–1910] is corrected.

The values of Rmerge and 〈I〉/〈σ(I)〉 in Table 2 of the article by Cao et al. (2013[Cao, H.-L., Sun, L.-H., Li, J., Tang, L., Lu, H.-M., Guo, Y.-Z., He, J., Liu, Y.-M., Xie, X.-Z., Shen, H.-F., Zhang, C.-Y., Guo, W.-H., Huang, L.-J., Shang, P., He, J.-H. & Yin, D.-C. (2013). Acta Cryst. D69, 1901-1910.]) were swapped because of a typesetting mistake. The values have now been corrected as shown in Table 2[link] below.

Table 2
A summary of X-ray diffraction data statistics for the crystals of seven different proteins grown under the four crystallization conditions

Values in parentheses are for the highest resolution shell.

    Diffraction data statistics
Protein Condition Resolution range (Å) Mosaicity (°) Rmerge (%) I〉/〈σ(I)〉 Redundancy Completeness (%)
lys Magnetic levitation 50–0.95 (0.98–0.95) 0.17 5.6 (77.8) 73.9 (2.5) 24.9 (9.5) 98.3 (86.5)
Silicone oil 50–1.20 (1.22–1.20) 0.39 7.4 (51.7) 88.5 (8.6) 27.2 (26.8) 99.9 (100)
Agarose gel 50–1.10 (1.14–1.10) 0.57 6.2 (76.9) 59.6 (6.6) 24.4 (24.0) 99.4 (100)
Control 50–1.20 (1.22–1.20) 0.27 9.3 (60.6) 54.0 (4.3) 14.3 (13.8) 99.9 (96.8)
pK Magnetic levitation 50–0.95 (0.98–0.95) 0.13 10.9 (50.0) 67.5 (6.8) 23.8 (10.5) 98.2 (88.3)
Silicone oil 50–1.12 (1.14–1.12) 0.40 7.8 (31.7) 59.9 (13.2) 26.8 (26.1) 100 (100)
Agarose gel 50–1.02 (1.06–1.02) 0.25 11.5 (76.8) 46.7 (7.2) 25.2 (24.6) 98.8 (96.2)
Control 50–1.14 (1.16–1.14) 0.19 15.3 (78.0) 24.9 (2.5) 26.4 (14.8) 99.9 (99.1)
TCS Magnetic levitation 50–1.12 (1.14–1.12) 0.27 5.8 (43.5) 36.4 (4.1) 6.8 (6.6) 99.8 (99.6)
Silicone oil 50–1.43 (1.45–1.43) 0.38 7.4 (47.7) 37.1 (4.0) 7.1 (7.0) 100 (100)
Agarose gel 50–1.15 (1.17–1.15) 0.29 7.1 (42.9) 52.1 (7.3) 14.1 (13.8) 100 (100)
Control 50–1.07 (1.09–1.07) 0.22 6.8 (42.9) 41.8 (5.0) 6.9 (6.6) 99.5 (98.8)
con Magnetic levitation 50–1.23 (1.25–1.23) 0.34 6.6 (90.1) 58.0 (2.4) 14.0 (11.1) 99.1 (84.7)
Silicone oil 50–1.76 (1.79–1.76) 0.53 7.6 (46.8) 51.6 (4.6) 7.1 (6.3) 99.1 (98.7)
Agarose gel 50–1.79 (1.82–1.79) 0.67 4.9 (62.9) 60.7 (5.0) 14.0 (13.5) 99.7 (99.7)
Control 50–1.78 (1.82–1.78) 0.77 6.6 (94.4) 54.2 (3.3) 14.2 (13.7) 99.9 (99.9)
HSP90N Magnetic levitation 50–1.61 (1.64–1.61) 0.14 11.3 (52.6) 63.3 (7.4) 14.6 (14.6) 100 (100)
Silicone oil 50–2.13 (2.17–2.13) 0.91 11.9 (33.8) 77.8 (34.8) 14.2 (14.2) 99.5 (99.5)
Agarose gel 50–2.15 (2.19–2.15) 1.86 8.8 (52.5) 42.3 (6.3) 14.2 (14.0) 100 (100)
Control 50–2.89 (2.94–2.89) 2.26 13.5 (53.9) 10.5 (2.5) 3.1 (3.1) 88.7 (85.2)
thau Magnetic levitation 50–1.35 (1.37–1.35) 0.21 7.9 (53.3) 76.0 (9.6) 28.2 (28.2) 100 (100)
Silicone oil 50–1.60 (1.63–1.60) 0.70 9.3 (65.5) 78.6 (11.4) 27.6 (27.6) 99.0 (98.6)
Agarose gel 50–1.50 (1.53–1.50) 0.38 6.8 (56.1) 57.6 (6.2) 14.8 (14.7) 100 (100)
Control 50–2.70 (2.75–2.70) 1.18 16.6 (42.7) 91.6 (37.4) 24.8 (24.8) 99.9 (99.9)
cata Magnetic levitation 50–2.28 (2.32–2.28) 0.77 15.3 (94.4) 31.5 (3.8) 10.3 (10.0) 100 (100)
Silicone oil 50–3.59 (3.65–3.59) 0.73 16.8 (35.1) 29.2 (10.6) 9.5 (9.5) 91.5 (85.6)
Agarose gel 50–2.70 (2.75–2.70) 0.43 12.8 (53.1) 10.4 (2.5) 10.4 (10.3) 85.5 (82.0)
Control 50–4.64 (4.72–4.64) 1.35 59.7 (95.5) 16.1 (7.8) 3.9 (3.7) 85.5 (82.1)
Rmerge = [\textstyle \sum_{hkl}\sum_{i}|I_{i}(hkl)- \langle I(hkl)\rangle|/][\textstyle \sum_{hkl}\sum_{i}I_{i}(hkl)], where 〈I(hkl)〉 is the mean intensity of the ith observation of reflection hkl.

References

First citationCao, H.-L., Sun, L.-H., Li, J., Tang, L., Lu, H.-M., Guo, Y.-Z., He, J., Liu, Y.-M., Xie, X.-Z., Shen, H.-F., Zhang, C.-Y., Guo, W.-H., Huang, L.-J., Shang, P., He, J.-H. & Yin, D.-C. (2013). Acta Cryst. D69, 1901–1910.  Web of Science CrossRef CAS IUCr Journals

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