Join us on November 18th as Thomas Grant, staff scientist for the BioXFEL Science and Technology Center
at the Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute, returns to discuss Advanced Applications of Biological Small Angle Scattering (SAXS).
Advanced Applications of Biological Small Angle Scattering
BioXFEL Science and Technology Center
Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute
This review (Putnam et al, Q REv Biophys. 2007 Aug; 40(3):191-285) is recommended for anyone interested in additional information on using SAXS in combination with crystallography and computational methods.
If you missed Thomas Grant's introductory SAXS presentation, be sure to watch it on our YouTube channel.
Small angle scattering is a solution technique enabling the acquisition of low resolution structural information from a dilute, monodisperse solution of macromolecules. SAS can yield information about the size and shape of particles in solution, degree of foldedness of a particle, and can reveal oligomeric state and organization. I will discuss more advanced applications of small angle scattering including contrast matching, ensemble modeling, complementary methods, hybrid structural modeling, and analysis of mixtures.
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