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Macromolecular crystallography is an essential tool for structural biology and the pharmaceutical industry, particularly key in the structure based drug discovery process.
Drug discovery methods have been revolutionised by the advent of high-throughput crystallography beamlines at synchrotrons. Structure-based drug design and fragment screening methods are now a reality and widely used by the pharmaceutical industry.
Diamond's facilities include:
- tuneable and fixed wavelength macromolecular crystallography (MX)
- microfocus macromolecular crystallography
- high throughput data collection
- a data processing pipeline
- containment level 2 (level 3 planned)
We offer our industrial customers rapid access and flexible beamtime allocation in beamtime only, mail-in and remote access modes.
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Service options available
We offer a range of service options for macromolecular crystallography:
- beamtime only access;
- remote access;
- mail-in data collection.
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