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    TNT is a general purpose refinement package used in the solution of macromolecular structures using X-ray crystallography. It is normally used to optimize a model to X-ray diffraction data while maintaining proper stereochemistry using least-squares function-minimization techniques. It can restrain a model to bond length, bond angles, dihedral angles, pseudorotation angles, planarity, and non-bonded "close" contacts (including symmetry related contacts).


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    Tronrud, D. E., Ten Eyck, L. F., & Matthews, B. W. (1987). An Efficient General-Purpose Least-Squares Refinement Program for Macromolecular Structures. Acta Crystallogr A, 43, 489-501.

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