Daniel Frankel

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One of the critical steps in high throughput crystallography that so far has evaded automation is the actual harvesting of the delicate crystals from the mother liquor in which they are growing. The late-stage operation of harvesting is presently a most risky and loss-intensive procedure, compounded by its tight integration with the critical steps of(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the effect of intraoperative attenuation of congenital extrahepatic portosystemic shunts (CEPSSs) during cellophane banding procedures in dogs. STUDY DESIGN Retrospective case series and prospective study. ANIMALS 18 cases evaluated retrospectively and 14 dogs evaluated prospectively. PROCEDURES Gradual occlusion of CEPSSs was(More)
High-throughput crystallography has reached a level of automation where complete computer-assisted robotic crystallization pipelines are capable of cocktail preparation, crystallization plate setup, and inspection and interpretation of results. While mounting of crystal pins, data collection and structure solution are highly automated, crystal harvesting(More)