Upgraded ESRF BM29 beamline for SAXS on macromolecules in solution

@inproceedings{Pernot2013UpgradedEB,
  title={Upgraded ESRF BM29 beamline for SAXS on macromolecules in solution},
  author={Petra Pernot and Adam Round and Ray Barrett and Alejandro De Maria Antolinos and Alexandre Gobbo and Elspeth J. Gordon and Julien Huet and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Kieffer and Mario Lentini and Muriel Mattenet and Christian Morawe and Christoph Mueller-Dieckmann and Staffan Ohlsson and Werner Schmid and John Surr and Pascal Theveneau and Louiza Zerrad and Se{\'a}n McSweeney},
  booktitle={Journal of synchrotron radiation},
  year={2013}
}
Small-angle X-ray scattering (SAXS) measurements of proteins in solution are becoming increasingly popular with biochemists and structural biologists owing to the presence of dedicated high-throughput beamlines at synchrotron sources. As part of the ESRF Upgrade program a dedicated instrument for performing SAXS from biological macromolecules in solution (BioSAXS) has been installed at the renovated BM29 location. The optics hutch has been equipped with new optical components of which the two… CONTINUE READING
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