Electron Crystallography

Electron Crystallography is a type of method that can supplement X ray-beam crystallography for the determination of small crystals, both inorganic, natural, and proteins, for example, the layer proteins, that have the substantial 3-dimensional precious stones are required for that procedure. Different protein structures are taken from either 2-dimensional sheets or helices, polyhedrons,  or scattered individual proteins. Electrons can be used in the place of X ray-beams and on account of electrons interface more easily with molecules than that of X-Ray beams do. In this case, X-beams will go through a thin 2-dimensional precious stone that will be diffracting altogether, though electrons can be used to model a picture. On the other hand, the solid interaction between electrons and protons will make thick gems impenetrable to electrons. The major drawback in X ray-beam crystallography is when checking the stages in the diffraction design. As the X-beam focal point is predicted, it is hard to model a structure of the different gems that are being diffracted.

  • Structural Determinations
  • Mass Spectrometry
  • Fluorescence Anisotropy
  • Nuclear Magnetic Resonance methods
  • Chemical Modifications
  • Molecular Docking
  • Cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM)
  • Inorganic Crystal Studies

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