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1st May 2017
Before obtaining a crystal structure, one must first obtain a crystal, which is not always an easy process. Once in awhile nature saves the scientist potentially decades of work and protein crystals occur in vivo. One such naturally occurring protein crystal is featured in our 2017 calendar for May. It’s found in the strangest of places: the guts of embryonic cockroaches!
4 May, 2017
13 April, 2017
15 March, 2017
Young JY, Westbrook JD, Feng Z, Sala R, Peisach E, Oldfield TJ, Sen S, Gutmanas A, Armstrong DR, Berrisford JM, Chen L, Chen M, Di Costanzo L, Dimitropoulos D, Gao G, Ghosh S, Gore S, Guranovic V, Hendrickx PM, Hudson BP, Igarashi R, Ikegawa Y, Kobayashi N, Lawson CL, Liang Y, Mading S, Mak L, Mir MS, Mukhopadhyay A, Patwardhan A, Persikova I, Rinaldi L, Sanz-Garcia E, Sekharan MR, Shao C, Swaminathan GJ, Tan L, Ulrich EL, van Ginkel G, Yamashita R, Yang H, Zhuravleva MA, Quesada M, Kleywegt GJ, Berman HM, Markley JL, Nakamura H, Velankar S, Burley SK.
Structure (London, England : 1993) Volume 25 (2017) p.536-545
Lensink MF, Velankar S, Wodak SJ.
Proteins Volume 85 (2017) p.359-377
Carroni M, De March M, Medagli B, Krastanova I, Taylor IA, Amenitsch H, Araki H, Pisani FM, Patwardhan A, Onesti S.
Scientific reports Volume 7 (2017) p.40188