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Protein structure initiative launches new resources for the scientific community

he miniaturization of samples needed to grow, purify, and crystallize proteins;
  • Robotic systems to handle samples and image crystals;
  • Enhanced software to analyze structural data and create higher-resolution images;
  • More accurate screening processes to detect crystals suitable for imaging; and
  • Improved systems for making proteins from machines, instead of cells.

    These developments have reduced the cost, time, and space needed to carry out structural studies, as well as improved the generation and analysis of quality data.
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  • Source:NIH/National Institute of General Medical Sciences


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