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Analysis of overall success of robotic crystallization
EP20063
Poster Title: Analysis of overall success of robotic crystallization
Submitted on 19 Dec 2013
Author(s): I. Ivanovic, H. M. Baker, J. S. Lott and E. N. Baker
Affiliations: Laboratory of Structural Biology, School of Biological Sciences
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Abstract: A total of about 140 different proteins have been commissioned and 62 have been crystallized with a quality suitable for X-ray diffraction (45%). On a per-drop basis, 300 crystallization experiments have been successful, representing an overall success rate of 3%. PEG 3350 was the precipitant for 20, making it the single most successful crystallization agent.Summary: A total of about 140 different proteins have been commissioned and 62 have been crystallized with a quality suitable for X-ray diffraction (45%). On a per-drop basis, 300 crystallization experiments have been successful, representing an overall success rate of 3%. PEG 3350 was the precipitant for 20, making it the single most successful crystallization agent.Report abuse »
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