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Automated, Low Volume Dynamic Light Scattering Technology to Accelerate Protein Crystallization
The quest for solving protein structure largely relies upon X-Ray diffraction, a method requiring crystalline forms of the target protein. Among the many steps comprising structure determination, the process of protein crystallization represents one of the most significant, time-consuming challenges. A new low sample volume, automated dynamic light scattering (DLS) technology has been developed – the DynaPro Plate Reader.

Date Posted: 02/11/2006 04:23:49
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