Developments in X-Ray Technology and their Contribution to Structural Biology
I want to take a broad view of this subject and trace some of the strands of technical development in X-ray diffraction which led, over a long period of time, to the present widespread use of synchrotron radiation. I will emphasize the earlier days when relatively few people were working in the field, and I will focus on the way that the technical developments actually took place, rather than on their contributions to structural biology since many of the present community may be unfamiliar with these early origins.
KeywordsSynchrotron Radiation Structural Biology Myosin Head European Molecular Biology Laboratory Tomato Bushy Stunt Virus
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