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Protein Crystallization for X-ray Crystallography (Video) | JoVE

DOI :

10.3791/2285-v

January 16th, 2011

January 16th, 2011

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1Molecular Biochemistry and Biophysics, Yale University

The 3-D structure of a molecule provides a unique understanding of how the molecule functions. The principal method for structure determination at near-atomic resolution is X-ray crystallography. Here, we demonstrate the current methods for obtaining three-dimensional crystals of any given macromolecule that are suitable for structure determination by X-ray crystallography.

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