Imperfection and radiation damage in protein crystals studied with coherent radiation

@article{Nave2016ImperfectionAR,
  title={Imperfection and radiation damage in protein crystals studied with coherent radiation},
  author={C. Nave and G. Sutton and G. Evans and R. Owen and C. Rau and Ian Robinson and D. Stuart},
  journal={Journal of Synchrotron Radiation},
  year={2016},
  volume={23},
  pages={228 - 237}
}
Coherent diffraction observations from polyhedra crystals at cryotemperature are reported. Information is obtained about the lattice strain and the changes with radiation damage. 
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