X-Ray Crystallography

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      Crystallography is the most powerful method for determining the atomic three-dimensional structures of large biological molecules. The technique provides valuable information used to direct research projects throughout the School, where groups use X-ray crystallography to link protein structure with function, to aid in rational drug design and perform fragment screening.

      Publication mapping for SLS facilities in Discovery began in 2021 and so does not include the historical contributions of the facilities in research across the University.


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