X-ray crystallography biochemistry research

X-ray crystallography biochemistry research

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Caption: X-ray crystallography biochemistry research. Researcher setting up crystallisation trials to determine the structure of a human ion channel. The work is being done in the lipidic cubic phase. This is the Nobel prize-winning (2012) technique used by US crystallographer Brian Kobilka. Photographed in 2013, at the University of Oxford, UK.

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