For general information on job submission, please see here.
The following are details related to RELION multibody refinement. For more information multibody refinement, please see this protocol.
Input particle stack format:
RELION-extracted particle stack. Click here to learn what this means.
This stack needs to be the same as that used during the RELION 3D refinement that was used to obtain the consensus 3D reconstruction.
Additional input files: Uploaded through ‘Browser Upload’
For multibody refinement, you will need all files associated with the consensus 3D refinement that is performed ahead of multibody refinement. This includes:
You will also need the associated masks and references. All files need to be included in single zipped file (.zip extension), which will be made from a directory that contains all masks and reference volumes. IMPORTANT: there must be a STAR file named multibody-masks.star in the zipped directory.
- To see an example .zip file, you can download an example here.
- Upload this .zip file via file browser.
- To zip a directory:
- $ zip -r Mask-and-Ref.zip Mask-and-Ref/
Required input parameters:
- Initial angular sampling, in degrees
- Initial offset range, in pixels
- Initial offset step, in pixels
“RELION: Implementation of a Bayesian approach to cryo-EM structure determination.” S.H.W. Scheres J. Struct. Biol. (2012) 180:519-530. Link
“Characterisation of molecular motions in cryo-EM single-particle data by multi-body refinement in RELION.” eLife. 2018 Jun 1;7:e36861. Link.