Structural Genomics: To Compete with X-rays and NMR, Johansson Joins Sidec | GenomeWeb

Applying structural biology to drug discovery, for the most part, has meant NMR spectrometry or high-throughput X-ray crystallography (consider the buzz surrounding companies like Structural Genomix or Astex Technology for their work over the last several years elucidating the structures of promising drug targets). But now electron tomography, a relative upstart, is making a run at challenging the dominance of NMR and X-ray crystallography in big pharma research.

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