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Acta Cryst. (1996). A52, C243
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Acta Cryst. (1987). A43, C31
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A conserved hypothetical protein from the hyperthermophilic crenarchaeon P. aerophilum has been expressed, purified and crystallized. Two methionine residues have been introduced by mutagenesis in order to provide SeMet-substituted crystals for MAD phasing.

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The ability of crystallography to illuminate biology and contribute to medical advances continues to grow. Recent advances expand its reach while also asking questions of its practitioners.

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Acta Cryst. (2008). A64, C376-C377
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Crystallography in its broadest sense has a crucial role to play in addressing the current COVID-19 pandemic. An outpouring of structural information on key viral proteins has resulted and importantly these data have immediately been shared with researchers round the world to speed the discovery of effective therapeutic agents.

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Crystal structures of two bacterial cytochromes c' have been determined. Molecular replacement gave no clear results, but the correct solution was identified and partially refined with the help of the iron anomalous scattering.

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Advances in crystallography and cryo-EM promise to further enhance the proud role crystallography has played in the development of new medicines.

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An exciting future is outlined in which new approaches complementary to conventional X-ray crystallography will substantially widen the reach of structural biology. Primary among these are the recent advances in cryoelectron microscopy and the growing applications of free electron lasers.

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Crystallography in its broadest sense has a crucial role to play in addressing the current COVID-19 pandemic. An outpouring of structural information on key viral proteins has resulted and importantly these data have immediately been shared with researchers round the world to speed the discovery of effective therapeutic agents.

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Despite extraordinary advances in the options available for instant electronic communication, the argument is made that conferences still provide a unique forum for transmission of new ideas and advances in science, with their ability to inspire attendees.

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