X-ray crystallography is the principal technique used to determine three-dimensional structures of biological macromolecules. The central goal of the UNC Crystallography Core Facility is to provide the support and infrastructure necessary to enable individual investigators of any experience level to initiate and successfully complete a structural biology project.
The facility is state of the art, offering a variety of services in these three areas: crystallization, x-ray diffraction, structure determination.
The primary mission of the MX Facility is to work with researchers here at UNC, however, we are also able to work with researchers at non-UNC academic institutions and commercial companies.
We have a Jansi UVEX microscope that will provide UV fluorescent imaging of a crystallization experiment. It can readily distinguish between protein and salt crystals. It is equipped with a high end camera so you can acquire high quality digital images.
Macromolecular X-Ray Crystallography Core Facility has not received any reviews.
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