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New Automated Screening Method for Identifying Drug Candidates

News   Dec 11, 2017 | Original story from DESY

 
New Automated Screening Method for Identifying Drug Candidates

Principle of the mix-and-diffuse serial synchrotron crystallography: protein crystals are mixed with a solution of a drug candidate and X-rayed on a tape running through the X-ray beam. Credit: Beyerlein et al., IUCrJ

 
 
 

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