The potential benefits of using higher X-ray energies for macromolecular crystallography
Journal of synchrotron radiation, Volume 26, Issue Pt 4, 2019, Pages 922-930.
Using X-ray energies higher than those normally used (5-15 keV) for macromolecular X-ray crystallography (MX) at synchrotron sources can theoretically increase the achievable signal as a function of dose and reduce the rate of radiation damage. In practice, a major stumbling block to the use of higher X-ray energy has been the reduced qua...More
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