Sub-atomic resolution X-ray crystallography and neutron crystallography: promise, challenges and potential

@inproceedings{Blakeley2015SubatomicRX,
  title={Sub-atomic resolution X-ray crystallography and neutron crystallography: promise, challenges and potential},
  author={Matthew P Blakeley and S Samar Hasnain and Svetlana V Antonyuk},
  booktitle={IUCrJ},
  year={2015}
}
The International Year of Crystallography saw the number of macromolecular structures deposited in the Protein Data Bank cross the 100000 mark, with more than 90000 of these provided by X-ray crystallography. The number of X-ray structures determined to sub-atomic resolution (i.e. ≤1 Å) has passed 600 and this is likely to continue to grow rapidly with diffraction-limited synchrotron radiation sources such as MAX-IV (Sweden) and Sirius (Brazil) under construction. A dozen X-ray structures have… CONTINUE READING
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