Protein Crystal Diffraction Patterns Using a Capillary-Focused Synchrotron X-ray Beam.

@article{Balaic1996ProteinCD,
  title={Protein Crystal Diffraction Patterns Using a Capillary-Focused Synchrotron X-ray Beam.},
  author={D. X. Balaic and Zwi Barnea and Keith A Nugent and Rachel Garrett and Jose N. Varghese and Stephen W. Wilkins},
  journal={Journal of synchrotron radiation},
  year={1996},
  volume={3 Pt 6},
  pages={289-95}
}
A paraboloidally tapered glass monocapillary was used to focus an 8 keV monochromated synchrotron bending-magnet X-ray beam into a 40 (+/-5) mum focal spot located 45 (+/-5) mm from the exit of the capillary. This focal spot had a measured intensity gain of 120 (+/-10) times the intensity present in an equivalent cross section of the unfocused beam from the… CONTINUE READING