Review: electron crystallography: present excitement, a nod to the past, anticipating the future.

@article{Glaeser1999ReviewEC,
  title={Review: electron crystallography: present excitement, a nod to the past, anticipating the future.},
  author={Robert M. Glaeser},
  journal={Journal of structural biology},
  year={1999},
  volume={128 1},
  pages={3-14}
}
From a modest beginning with negatively stained samples of the helical T4 bacteriophage tail, electron crystallography has emerged as a powerful tool in structural biology. High-resolution density maps, interpretable in terms of an atomic structure, can be obtained from specimens prepared as well-ordered, two-dimensional crystals, and the resolution achieved with helical specimens and icosahedral viruses is approaching the same goal. A hybrid approach to determining the molecular structure of… CONTINUE READING

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