| Newsletter No. 241
|| July 4, 2011
Photo Gallery: The 41th Mid-Atlantic Crystallography Workshop
The XXII Congress and General Assembly of the IUCr (8/22-30/2011)
1: Fairman JW, Noinaj N, Buchanan SK. The structural biology of β-barrel membrane
| TIPS AND TRICKS - Cryoprotectant
Jim Pflugraph (Rigaku): I always try sugars for everything. There is a cryocrystallography webinar at rigaku.com with embedded videos on how to do this. 50% to 100% saturated sugar (sucrose, glucose, trehalose, sorbitol, et al.) in reservoir buffer is usually what I try.
ARCHIVE: Introduction, Pre-crystallization, Crystallization, Post-crystallization, Derivatization, Cryoprotection, Diffraction, Symmetry, Structure Solution, Structure Refinement, Structure Analysis & Presentation.
DISCUSSION - Low Resolution Crystallography (Click for PDF reader to view articles)
ARCHIVE: Test-set-and-R-free, Twinning, Low Resolution Crystallography, PHASER, HKL2000, Parallel Expression, Structural Genomics, NCS, Missing Atoms, Trends in Crystallography, Absorption Correction.
| DR. ZBIGNIEW DAUTER'S LECTURE AT
THE NIH (2005)
Part 1: "How to read international tables?"
Part 2: "Data collection strategy" and "Twinning"
"Phasing methods - a general introduction to all methods"
Part 3: "SAD phasing, Quick halide soaking, and Radiation damage
with possible use of it for phasing"
Jason Stagno (NCI): C6 is a powerful tool that allows you to assess the similarity between commercial, C3 and custom designed screens.
Databases: BMCD, CryoD, DisProt, HAD, HIC-Up, NDB, PDB, PDBe, Swiss-Prot
Programs: CCP4, COOT, HKL, PHENIX, PyMOL, SOLVE, USF, XDS
Servers: Crystal, C6, PHYRE, Dali, ESPript, Phyre, Probity, Protein
|Copyright © NIH X-Ray Diffraction Group Maintained by Dr. Xinhua Ji|
|on the NIH-NCI-CCR-MCL server (http://mcl1.ncifcrf.gov)|