Accelerated Technologies Center for Gene to 3D Structure:


A hybrid method for plug-based microfluidic protein crystallization

Accelerated Technologies Center for Gene to 3D Structure

A microfluidic "hybrid" method for plug-based microcapillary protein crystallization has been developed to combine sparse-matrix and optimization-gradient screening into one simple experiment to minimize sample consumption (Li et al., 2006).

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A plug-based microfluidic system for dispensing lipidic cubic phase (LCP) material

Accelerated Technologies Center for Gene to 3D Structure

This article presents a plug-based microfluidic system to dispense nanoliter-volume plugs of lipidic cubic phase (LCP) material and subsequently merge the LCP plugs with aqueous plugs.

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ATCG3D

Accelerated Technologies Center for Gene to 3D Structure

The work of the Accelerated Technologies Center for Gene to 3D Structure during PSI-2 focused on the development and dissemination of three emerging technologies expected to improve the economics of protein structure determination by X-ray crystallographic methods.

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Application of T4 Lysozyme fusion technology to the crystallization and X-ray structure determination of GPCRs

Accelerated Technologies Center for Gene to 3D Structure

A paper reporting the second human GPCR structure to be resolved by X-ray crystallography using a combination of T4 lysozyme fusion and lipid mesophase technologies.

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C-ME: A 3D community-based, real-time collaboration tool for scientific research and training

Accelerated Technologies Center for Gene to 3D Structure

C-ME is a collaborative web-enabled community-based database software application for 3D protein structure annotation.

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