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About Bio-SAXS, Strasbourg, France

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Biological Small-Angle X-Ray Scattering (Bio-SAXS) can be used to collect low resolution structural data, or for understanding the subunit arrangement of multi-subunit macromolecules including in the presence of a ligand. A Rigaku BioSAXS-1000 is attached to the right port of a Rigaku MicroMaxTM-007HF generator. The BioSAXS-1000 is fitted with Osmic optics and a 2D Kratky block for collimation. Data is collected on a Pilatus 100K photon counting detector (Dectris).

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A Rigaku BioSAXS-1000 is attached to the right port of a Rigaku MicroMaxTM-007HF generator. The BioSAXS-1000 is fitted with Osmic optics and a 2D Kratky block for collimation. Data is collected on a Pilatus 100K photon counting detector (Dectris).

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Strasbourg

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Bio-SAXS, Strasbourg, France

Contacts:

Marie-Christine Poterszman
Marie-Christine Poterszman
CNRS
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Natacha Rochel
Natacha Rochel
IGBMC-CERBM
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Alastair McEwen
Alastair McEwen
IGBMC-CERBM
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