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Advances in Crystallographic Hardware for Structural Biology
EP20254
Poster Title: Advances in Crystallographic Hardware for Structural Biology
Submitted on 19 Dec 2013
Author(s): Matthew Benning and Michael Ruf, Bruker AXS Inc., East Cheryl Parkway
Affiliations: Bruker AXS
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Abstract: The number of life science investigators utilizing crystallography in their research increases every year. Synchrotrons are an invaluable resource for structural work but not everyone has unlimited access to a beamline. In-house diffraction systems complement synchrotron access and can provide increased productivity in the home lab. In recent years, the performance and versatility of in-house systems has greatly improved. The enhanced performance allows data collection on demanding projects such as sulfur SAD phasing or microcrystalline samples. The systems are also perfect for fast sample characterization when preparing for beamline trips. The addition of automation components allows for increased throughput and remote operation.
Summary: The number of life science investigators utilizing crystallography in their research increases every year. Synchrotrons are an invaluable resource for structural work but not everyone has unlimited access to a beamline. In-house diffraction systems complement synchrotron access and can provide increased productivity in the home lab. In recent years, the performance and versatility of in-house systems has greatly improved.
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