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Major Step Forward in Understanding of Viruses
Scientists unlock exact structure of Hepatitis A virus.
Crystallizing the DNA Nanotechnology Dream
Scientists have designed the first large DNA crystals with precisely prescribed depths and complex 3D features, which could create revolutionary nanodevices.
Breakthrough Allows Researchers to Watch Molecules “Wiggle”
A new crystallographic technique developed at the University of Leeds is set to transform scientists’ ability to observe how molecules work.
X-Ray Free Electron Laser for Fixed-Target Protein Serial Microcrystallography
The article presents the first proof-of-principle results from fixed-target serial crystallography using the Linac Coherent Light Source.
Identifying, Studying and Making Good Use of Macromolecular Crystals
Techniques that extend the observation of crystals beyond the optical microscope will enhance structural biology in the future.
'Evolved' Protein May Stop Cancer From Spreading
Experimental therapy stopped the metastasis of breast and ovarian cancers in lab mice, pointing toward a safe and effective alternative to chemotherapy.
Protein Crystalline Frameworks: A New Class of Materials
Scientists at the Helmholtz Center Berlin (HZB) along with researchers at China’s Fudan University have characterized a new class of materials called protein crystalline frameworks (PCFs).
Worm Virus Details Come to Light
Rice University scientists have won a race to find the crystal structure of rare nematode virus, known to infect the most abundant animal on Earth.
Structure of Molecular Machine for Targeted Viral DNA Destruction Determined
The MSU-led research provides the first detailed blueprint of a multi-subunit “molecular machinery” that bacteria use to detect and destroy invading viruses.
Flu’s Mechanisms Clues Uncovered
Researchers from Rice University and Baylor College of Medicine have analyzed how influenza-related proteins help infect cells.

Towards Eukaryotic Structural Complexomics
Imre Berger, Group Leader, EMBL Grenoble, speaking at Advances in Protein Crystallography 2010.

New Easily Applicable Ideas in Protein Crystallogenesis
Emmanuel Saridakis, Research Fellow, N. C. S. R, speaking at Advances in Protein Crystallography 2010.

Crystallographic Investigations on Insulin: Discovery and Development Applications
Gerd Schluckebier, Principal Scientist, Novo Nordisk A/S, speaking at Advances in Protein Crysyallography 2008

Identification of Macromolecular Assemblies in Crystalline State
Eugene Krissinel, Researcher, European Bioinformatics Institute, speaking at Protein Crystallography 2008

Automation, Robotics and Remote Access at the SSRL Protein Crystallography Beam Lines
Clyde Smith, Staff Scientist, Stamford University, speaking at Advances in Protein Crystallography 2008

Protein Crystallization for High-Throughput Structural Biology
George Phillips, Professor, University of Wisconsin - Madison, speaking at Advances in Protein Crystallography 2008

New Developments in High-throughput Crystallization: Automatic Execution of Follow Up Experiments
Jochen Muller-Dieckmann, Team Leader, EMBL, speaking at Advances in Protein Crystallography 2008

A Universal Micromanipulation Robot for X-ray Crystallography
Robert Viola, Square One Systems Design, speaking at Advances in Protein Crystallography 2007.

Remote Access to SSRL Protein Crystallography Beamlines
Clyde Smith, Stanford University, speaking at Advances in Protein Crystallography 2007.

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