Determining the atomic three dimensional structures of large biological molecules, to link protein structure with function and rational drug design.
School of Life Sciences
University of Dundee
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The X-ray Crystallography Facility provides instrumentation and expertise to help researchers crystallize biological macromolecules and determine their three-dimensional structures by X-ray crystallography. To aid crystallisation we have access to Mosquito and Oryx nanolitre crystallisation robots alongside dedicated incubation and imaging equipment. Diffraction analysis can be performed using our in-house Rigaku Micromax 007HF-M X-ray generator equipped with a Rigaku Saturn 944+ CCD detector. Access is also available at both Diamond and the ESRF synchrotrons via a group BAG allocation.
- Rigaku M007HF X-ray generator equipped with Varimax Cu-VHF optics, a Saturn 944HG+ CCD detector and an AFC-11 4-axis partial χ goniometer. An Oxford Cryosystems Cobra provides cooling at the sample position.
- Access to a Douglas Instruments Oryx dispensing robot capable of 100nl drops
- Access to Art Robbins Scorpion for robotic generation of crystal optimisation screens
- Semi-Automated crystal soaking and harvesting facility to increase the throughput of compound screening campaigns
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