X-Ray Crystallography Gets Zapped with New Funding, Big Automation Advances | GenomeWeb

Amidst a flurry of quarterly earnings reports and Lab Automation product releases (see table, p. 6), structural proteomics has graced the newswires in the past several weeks with its own set of announcements in the area of X-ray crystallography automation. Last week, a pair of California scientists published a paper describing a computer program that entirely automates X-ray diffraction image analysis, then Stanford unveiled its newest synchrotron light source for X-ray analysis, the SPEAR3.

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