Practical Protein Crystallography

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Academic Press, Dec 2, 2012 - Science - 386 pages
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Designed for easy use by both new and experienced protein crystallographers, this much-needed book is for anyone interested in solving protein structures by the method of crystallography. It contains many examples ofactual experiments and data, including electron density maps. Computer methods and computer code samples are presented. Practical Protein Crystallography is loaded with new information on area detectors, synchrotron radiation techniques, and the latest computer methods, and features the XtalView software system. Graduate students and teachers in physical biochemistry and pharmaceutical researchers will find this text a timely and convenient aid.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER 1 LABORATORY TECHNIQUES
1
CHAPTER 2 DATA COLLECTION TECHNIQUES
21
CHAPTER 3 COMPUTATIONAL TECHNIQUES
89
CHAPTER 4 PROTEIN CRYSTALLOGRAPHY COOKBOOK
233
Crystallographic Equations in Computer Code
293
XtalView Users Guide
303
Reference Section
310
XtalView Programmers Guide
365
Index
375
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