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High-speed fixed-target serial virus crystallography

16:31 EDT 19 Jun 2017 | Nature Publishing

A new sample-delivery method for serial X-ray crystallography exploits the full repetition rate of the X-ray free-electron laser at the LCLS facility, thus enabling efficient, high-speed data collection to solve the three-dimensional structures of viruses.

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