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* [[Diffuse Scattering]]
 
* [[Diffuse Scattering]]
 
* [[Incommensurate Lattices]]
 
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== Crystal Growth ==
 
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== Data collection ==
 
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* [[Detectors]]
 
* [[Synchrotrons]]
 
* [[Synchrotrons]]
 
* [[Strategies]]
 
* [[Strategies]]
 
* [[Data quality]]
 
* [[Data quality]]
 
* [[Radiation damage]]
 
* [[Radiation damage]]
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* [[some ways to calculate the radiation dose that a crystal has absorbed]]
 
* [[Comparison of home source and synchrotron properties]]
 
* [[Comparison of home source and synchrotron properties]]
 
* [[Data collection: Tips and Tricks]]
 
* [[Data collection: Tips and Tricks]]

Latest revision as of 06:56, 19 June 2020

Crystal Characterization[edit | edit source]

Crystal Imperfections[edit | edit source]

Crystal Growth[edit | edit source]

Crystal handling[edit | edit source]

Data collection[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Wiener MC (2004) A pedestrian guide to membrane protein crystallization. Methods 34(3), 364-372.
  2. Loll PJ (2003) Membrane protein structural biology: the high throughput challenge. J. Struct. Biol. 142(1), 144-153.
  3. Methods and Results in Crystallization of Membrane Proteins Iwata S (Ed.), San Diego, CA: International University Line. (2003)
  4. Macromolecular Crystallography Protocols, Volume 1: Preparation and Crystallization of Macromolecules. Doublie S (Ed.), Totowa, NJ: Humana Press. (2007)
  5. Structural Biology of Membrane Proteins. Grisshammer R, & Buchanan SK (Eds.), Cambridge, UK: Royal Society of Chemistry. (2006)
  6. Macromolecular Crystallisation and Crystal Perfection. N E Chayen, J R Helliwell and E H Snell OUP 2010 [1]