NewsA clear path to better insights into biomolecules

5th January 2021by admin0
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An international team of scientists led by Kartik
Ayyer from the MPSD has obtained some of the sharpest possible 3-D
images of gold nanoparticles. The results lay the foundation for
obtaining high resolution images of macromolecules. The study was
carried out at the European XFEL’s Single Particles, Clusters, and
Biomolecules & Serial Femtosecond Crystallography (SPB/SFX)
instrument and the results have been published in
Optica.

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