Reply to "Color blindness"

  • Published 2010 in Nature Methods


To the Editor: Time-resolved wide-angle X-ray scattering (WAXS) is emerging as a powerful approach for visualizing global conformational changes in proteins in real time. WAXS-based studies to date include following the light-triggered reactions of hemoglobin1 and myoglobin2,3 in complex with carbon monoxide, and structural characterization of the photocycles of bacteriorhodopsin and proteorhodopsin4. Compared to time-resolved Laue diffraction and trapped intermediate studies5, time-resolved WAXS is a solution-based method and therefore permits visualization Color blindness

DOI: 10.1038/nmeth1010-775b

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@article{2010ReplyT, title={Reply to "Color blindness"}, author={}, journal={Nature Methods}, year={2010}, volume={7}, pages={775-775} }