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July 17th, 2003

Picosecond X-ray Crystallography of a Protein

Abstract:
Picosecond x-ray crystallography of a protein has been demonstrated for the first time, by a multinational collaboration enabling atom-scale movies of an important biomolecule as it performs a speedy function.

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