NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Joint Center for Structural Genomics has acquired a crystal imaging system from Rigaku Americas, and is using it in a collaboration with the Desktop Minstrel UV system it acquired in 2008, Rigaku said today.

Rigaku said it is working with JCSG on an automated ultraviolet imaging and protein crystal monitoring system that will supplement the existing large-scale, high-throughput Rigaku CrystalMation system at the JCSG robotic crystallization facility at the Scripps Research Institute.

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