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The complexes between L-leucine and aromatic sulfonic acids, L-leucine 3,4-dimethylbenzenesulfonate monohydrate (C6H14NO2+.C8H9O3S-.H2O), L-leucine 2,5-dimethylbenzenesulfonate monohydrate (C6H14NO2+.C8H9O3S-.H2O), L-leucine 4-methylbenzenesulfonate monohydrate (C6H14NO2+·C7H7O3S-.H2O), as well as L-leucine benzenesulfonate monohydrate, exhibit a striking similarity in their packing schemes, which are dominated by van der Waals stacking of the hydrogen-bonded molecular double layers. The tightness of packing of double layers is most likely related to the solubility of the complexes.




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An interactive analytical and data-monitoring program for small-angle X-ray solution scattering measurements that processes the data without disciplined knowledge of small-angle scattering is described.

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In spite of many studies on phase behaviors and orientational phenomena of biological marcomolecular suspensions under magnetic field, a translational force from magnetic field gradient was paid less attention. We have developed a high-performance compact magnetic circuit that can apply both periodic magnetic field strength and gradient to samples. Owing to the periodicity of the magnetic field strength and gradient, macromolecules are subject to both rotational and translational forces from magnetic field. By using this magnet, we have carried out time-resolved small-angle X-ray scattering measurements on an orientational behavior of a biological supermolecular suspension under periodic magnetic field and gradient. The sample was tobacco mosaic virus (TMV) which is one of rod-shaped plant viruses. The time courses of the orientational processes of TMV were monitored by a two-dimensional CCD detector. We have found that right-circular or left-circular orientation of TMV appears depending on a combination of magnetic field and gradient directions. Such a translational force from magnetic field gradient is able to cause various interesting phenomena of macromolecular systems, which would be applicable to a control of nano-scale assembling processes of macromolecules.

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A double channel-cut crystal monochromator and compound refractive lenses were implemented for advanced pump–probe X-ray experiments at SACLA BL3.

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Acta Cryst. (2008). A64, C443
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The single-crystal synchrotron study of the high-pressure modification of aluminium oxide hydroxide, [delta]-AlOOH, confirms the previous structure determination in the space group P21nm, which was based on X-ray powder data [Suzuki, Ohtani & Kamada (2000). Phys. Chem. Miner. 27, 689-693]. The present study includes the determination of the H-atom parameters, which revealed a strong asymmetric hydrogen bond with an O...O distance of 2.5479 (12) Å. The [delta]-AlOOH structure is isotypic with that of [beta]-CrOOH and may be considered as a distorted rutile type with all atoms located on mirror planes.


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Acta Cryst. (2008). A64, C222-C223
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AtCBL2, a calcineurin B-like protein from A. thaliana, was expressed in E. coli, purified and crystallized. A full set of X-ray diffraction data has been collected to 2.1 Å resolution using synchrotron radiation.

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Acta Cryst. (1987). A43, C54
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