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Volume 196, Number 2, 15 January 1999

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Protein interactions in concentrated ribonuclease solutions
pp. 185-192(8)
Authors: Boyer, M.; Roy, M.; Jullien, M.; Bonnete, F.; Tardieu, A.

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Proteins in solution:from X-ray scattering intensities to interaction potentials
pp. 193-203(11)
Authors: Tardieu, A.; Le Verge, A.; Malfois, M.; Bonnete, F.; Finet, S.; Ries-Kautt, M.; Belloni, L.

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Solubility of tetragonal and orthorhombic lysozyme crystals under high pressure
pp. 204-209(6)
Authors: Sazaki, G.; Nagatoshi, Y.; Suzuki, Y.; Durbin, S.D.; Miyashita, S.; Nakada, T.; Komatsu, H.

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Interactions in solution of a large oligomeric protein
pp. 210-219(10)
Authors: Budayova, M.; Bonnete, F.; Tardieu, A.; Vachette, P.

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Kinetics of protein crystal nucleation and growth in the batch method
pp. 220-225(6)
Authors: Baird, J.K.; Hill, S.C.; Clunie, J.C.

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Heterogeneous nucleation (and adhesion) of lysozyme crystals
pp. 226-233(8)
Authors: Tsekova, D.; Dimitrova, S.; Nanev, C.N.

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A statistical understanding of nucleation
pp. 234-242(9)
Authors: Izmailov, A.F.; Myerson, A.S.; Arnold, S.

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Epitaxial jumps
pp. 250-260(11)
Authors: Stura, E.A.; Charbonnier, J.; Taussig, M.J.

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Nonlinear dynamics of layer growth and consequences for protein crystal perfection - Structure, Function and Genetics
pp. 261-275(15)
Authors: Vekilov, P.G.; Rosenberger, F.; Lin, H.; Thomas, B.R.

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Packing motifs as predictors of the propensity of antibody fragments to crystallize - Struct. Funct. Genet.
pp. 276-284(9)
Authors: Edmundson, A.B.; deWitt, C.R.; Goldsteen, B.Z.; Ramsland, P.A.

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Incorporation of impurity to a tetragonal lysozyme crystal
pp. 285-290(6)
Authors: Kurihara, K.; Miyashita, S.; Sazaki, G.; Nakada, T.; Durbin, S.D.; Komatsu, H.; Ohba, T.; Ohki, K.

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Characterization and crystallization of the Endoglucanase A from Clostridium Cellulolyticum in solution
pp. 297-304(8)
Authors: Budayova, M.; Astier, J.; Veesler, S.; Mirjam; Belaich, A.; Boistelle, R.

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Crystallization of multiple forms of bovine seminal ribonuclease in the liganded and unliganded state - Structures and Functions
pp. 305-312(8)
Authors: Sica, F.; Adinolfi, S.; Berisio, R.; de Lorenzo, C.; Mazzarella, L.; Piccoli, R.; Vitagliano, L.; Zagari, A.

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Crystal growth and preliminary X-ray study of glutamic acid specific serine protease from Bacillus intermedius
pp. 313-318(6)
Authors: Kuranova, I.P.; Blagova, E.V.; Levdikov, V.M.; Rudenskaya, G.N.; Balaban, N.P.; Shakirov, E.V.

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Effect of a magnetic field on the orientation of hen egg-white lysozyme crystals
pp. 319-324(6)
Authors: Yanagiya, S.; Sazaki, G.; Durbin, S.D.; Satoru; Nakada, T.; Komatsu, H.; Watanabe, K.; Motokawa, M.

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Orientation of protein crystals grown in a magnetic field
pp. 325-331(7)
Authors: Sakurazawa, S.; Kubota, T.; Ataka, M.

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Crystallization of chicken egg white lysozyme from assorted sulfate salts
pp. 332-343(12)
Authors: Forsythe, E.L.; H. Snell, E.; Malone, C.C.; Pusey, M.L.

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Crystallization of human low density lipoprotein (LDL), a large lipid-protein complex - Collection of X-ray data at very low resolution
pp. 344-349(6)
Authors: Ritter, S.; Diederichs, K.; Frey, I.; Berg, A.; Keul, J.; Baumstark, M.W.

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Crystallization of recombinant cyclo-oxygenase-2
pp. 350-355(6)
Authors: Stevens, A.M.; Pawlitz, J.L.; Kurumbail, R.G.; Gierse, J.K.; Moreland, K.T.; Stegeman, R.A.; Loduca, J.Y.; Stallings, W.C.

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Additives for the crystallization of proteins and nucleic acids - A Practical Approach
pp. 365-376(12)
Authors: Sauter, C.; Ng, J.D.; Lorber, B.; Keith, G.; Philippe; Wais Hosseini, M.; Lehn, J.; Giege, R.

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Why is the osmotic second virial coefficient related to protein crystallization? - Macromolecular Interactions at High Resolution
pp. 377-387(11)
Authors: Neal, B.L.; Asthagiri, D.; Velev, O.D.; Lenhoff, A.M.; Kaler, E.W.

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Second virial coefficient: variations with lysozyme crystallization conditions
pp. 403-414(12)
Authors: Bonnete, F.; Finet, S.; Tardieu, A.

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Correlation of second virial coefficients and solubilities useful in protein crystal growth
pp. 424-433(10)
Authors: Guo, B.; Kao, S.; McDonald, H.; Asanov, A.; Combs, L.L.; William Wilson, W.

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Microbatch macromolecular crystallization on a thermal gradient
pp. 447-449(3)
Authors: Luft, J.R.; Rak, D.M.; deTitta, G.T.

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Microbatch macromolecular crystallization in micropipettes - Structure, Function and Genetics
pp. 450-455(6)
Authors: Luft, J.R.; Rak, D.M.; deTitta, G.T.

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AFM studies of the nucleation and growth mechanisms of macromolecular crystals
pp. 489-502(14)
Authors: Kuznetsov, Y.G.; Malkin, A.J.; McPherson, A.

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Direct AFM observations of impurity effects on a lysozyme crystal
pp. 503-510(8)
Authors: Nakada, T.; Sazaki, G.; Miyashita, S.; Durbin, S.D.; Komatsu, H.

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X-ray diffraction studies of protein crystal disorder
pp. 511-523(13)
Authors: Dobrianov, I.; Caylor, C.; Lemay, S.G.; Finkelstein, K.D.; Thorne, R.E.

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Topography and high resolution diffraction studies in tetragonal lysozyme
pp. 546-558(13)
Authors: Otalora, F.; Manuel Garcia-Ruiz, J.; Antonio Gavira, J.; Capelle, B.

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Crystalline quality of lysozyme crystals grown in agarose and silica gels studied by X-ray diffraction techniques
pp. 559-571(13)
Authors: Vidal, O.; Robert, M.C.; Arnoux, B.; Capelle, B.

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The effects of microgravity on protein crystallization: evidence for concentration gradients around growing crystals
pp. 572-586(15)
Authors: McPherson, A.; J. Malkin, A.; Kuznetsov, Y.G.; Koszelak, S.; Wells, M.; Jenkins, G.; Howard, J.; Lawson, G.

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Investigations on gravity influence upon protein crystallization by the gel acupuncture technique
pp. 587-594(8)
Authors: Moreno, A.; Antonio Gonzalez-Ramrez, L.; de los Angeles Hernandez-Hernandez, M.; Oliver-Salvador, C.; Soriano-Garca, M.; Rodrguez-Romero, A.

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A crystal of a typical EF-hand protein grown under microgravity diffracts X-rays beyond 0.9?9 resolution
pp. 595-601(7)
Authors: declercq J.-P.; Evrard, C.; Carter, D.C.; Wright, B.S.; Etienne, G.; Parello, J.

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Diffusion-controlled crystallization apparatus for microgravity (DCAM): flight and ground-based applications
pp. 602-609(8)
Authors: Carter, D.C.; Wright, B.; Miller, T.; Chapman, J.; Twigg, P.; Keeling, K.; Moody, K.; White, M.; James; Ruble, J.R.; Ho, J.X.; Adcock-Downey, L.; Bunick, G.; Harp, J.

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PCAM: a multi-user facility-based protein crystallization apparatus for microgravity
pp. 610-622(13)
Authors: Carter, D.C.; Wright, B.; Miller, T.; Chapman, J.; Twigg, P.; Keeling, K.; Moody, K.; White, M.; Click, J.; Ruble, J.R.; Ho, J.X.; Adcock-Downey, L.; Dowling, T.; Chang, C.; Ala, P.; Rose, J.; Wang, B.C.; declercq, J.; Evrard, C.; Rosenberg, J.; Wery, J.; Clawson, D.; Wardell, M.; Stallings, W.; Stevens, A.

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Lower dimer impurity incorporation may result in higher perfection of HEWL crystals grown in microgravity - A case study
pp. 623-637(15)
Authors: Carter, D.C.; Lim, K.; Ho, J.X.; Wright, B.S.; Twigg, P.D.; Miller, T.Y.; Chapman, J.; Keeling, K.; Ruble, J.; Vekilov, P.G.; Thomas, B.R.; Rosenberger, F.; Chernov, A.A.

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Growth of lysozyme crystals under microgravity conditions in the LMS (STS-78) mission
pp. 649-664(16)
Authors: Otalora, F.; Luisa Novella, M.; Rondon, D.; Garca-Ruiz J.-M.

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Practical experimental design techniques for automatic and manual protein crystallization
pp. 665-673(9)
Authors: Shaw Stewart, P.D.; Baldock, P.F.M.

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Simplex optimization of protein crystallization conditions
pp. 674-684(11)
Authors: Prater, B.D.; Tuller, S.C.; Wilson, L.J.

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Manipulating crystals with light - A Practical Approach
pp. 685-690(6)
Authors: Bancel, P.A.; Cajipe, V.B.; Rodier, F.

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