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1st October 2019

It’s the 1950s; the cold war is at its height, rock and roll has swept the charts, and science is advancing greatly, leading to the determination of the 1st protein structures, one of which is featured on October of our 2019 calendar.




Mukhopadhyay A, Borkakoti N, Pravda L, Tyzack JD, Thornton JM, Velankar S.
Bioinformatics (Oxford, England) Volume 35 (2019) p.3510-3511

Adams PD, Afonine PV, Baskaran K, Berman HM, Berrisford J, Bricogne G, Brown DG, Burley SK, Chen M, Feng Z, Flensburg C, Gutmanas A, Hoch JC, Ikegawa Y, Kengaku Y, Krissinel E, Kurisu G, Liang Y, Liebschner D, Mak L, Markley JL, Moriarty NW, Murshudov GN, Noble M, Peisach E, Persikova I, Poon BK, Sobolev OV, Ulrich EL, Velankar S, Vonrhein C, Westbrook J, Wojdyr M, Yokochi M, Young JY.
Acta crystallographica. Section D, Structural biology Volume 75 (2019) p.451-454

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