A Glimpse of Structural Biology through X-Ray Crystallography

@article{Shi2014AGO,
  title={A Glimpse of Structural Biology through X-Ray Crystallography},
  author={Yigong Shi},
  journal={Cell},
  year={2014},
  volume={159},
  pages={995-1014}
}
Since determination of the myoglobin structure in 1957, X-ray crystallography, as the anchoring tool of structural biology, has played an instrumental role in deciphering the secrets of life. Knowledge gained through X-ray crystallography has fundamentally advanced our views on cellular processes and greatly facilitated development of modern medicine. In this brief narrative, I describe my personal understanding of the evolution of structural biology through X-ray crystallography-using as… CONTINUE READING
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