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New Algorithms Help Extract 3-D Biological Structure from Limited Data

News   Jul 16, 2017 | Original story from UC Berkeley

 
New Algorithms Help Extract 3-D Biological Structure from Limited Data

Example of a clean single-particle diffraction image (left) and the same diffraction image after noise contamination (right). Credit: UC Berkeley

 
 
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