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Cryo-EM Material Advancements May Aid Medical Research

News   Apr 24, 2019 | Original story from Penn State.

 
Cryo-EM Material Advancements May Aid Medical Research

The Kelly Lab, in collaboration with Protochips, Inc., has developed new custom-designed substrates (cryo-ChipsTM ) for use in cryo-Electron Microscopy. These substrates enabled structural studies of mutated proteins formed in human cancer. Cryo-Chips may be broadly used for both materials and life sciences applications. Credit: Deb Kelly / Penn State.

 
 
 

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