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Gene Ontology ID35GO:0099565 (chemical synaptic transmission, postsynaptic ) AND
Structure Determination130365ANY Method
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Resolution in Angstroms for X-ray diffraction results. The uncertainty of the position of an atom is roughly one fifth to one tenth of the resolution for high-quality data (R-factor 0.20 or less, succinctly explained on p 160 by Rhodes). Resolution values are not applicable, and so not given, for NMR results or theoretical models.



















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