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- adj. Of or pertaining to crystallography
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- adj. Pertaining to crystallography.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to crystallography.
Bennett, Schwager), for protein crystallographic computing
In 1935, Lohmann proposed his refined structural model of ATP, which was confirmed in the late 1940s after the introduction of new X-ray crystallographic techniques.
This year's Chemistry Prize rewards crystallographic determination of ribosome structures at a resolution so high that the positions of single atoms can be estimated and the use of these structures for atomic level clarification of how the ribosome links amino acids to proteins according to the blueprints of the genetic code and of the working principles of antibiotics attacking the ribosomes of bacterial pathogens.
You are being awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for the crystallographic determination of ribosome structures at high resolution and for the skilful use of these structures to clarify fundamental and medically important aspects of ribosome function.
Ada Yonath's pioneering work during the 1980s laid the foundation for determination of high-resolution ribosomal structures with crystallographic techniques.
Two later Nobel Prizes for Chemistry in the crystallographic field were given for work on structures of relatively small molecules.
Svedberg's investigations with the ultracentrifuge and Tiselius's electrophoresis studies (see Section 3.10) were instrumental in establishing that protein molecules have a unique size and structure, and this was a prerequisite for Sanger's determination of their amino-acid sequence and the crystallographic work of
Definitive answers will require at minimum direct sequencing and/or crystallographic data.
Definitive answers will require at least direct sequencing and/or crystallographic data.
Uranium exhibits three crystallographic modifications as follows: alpha -- (688°C) → beta -- (776°C) → gamma.
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