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  1. BioXFEL Participates in First Structural Investigations on Myxobacterial Phytochromes

    Myxobacteria are swarming micro-organisms that, under starving conditions, form multicellular aggregates called fruiting bodies. The fruiting body formation is, in addition, light dependent. Under …


  2. BioXFEL Members Explore Antibiotic Inactivation by a β-Lactamase

    Antibiotic resistance is an imminent threat to human health. Tuberculosis is the number one killer among infectious diseases. Bacteria that cause tuberculosis are difficult to treat because they are …


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  1. Rayleigh-scattering microscopy for tracking and sizing nanoparticles in focused aerosol beams

    11 Sep 2018 | BioXFEL Publications | Contributor(s): Max F. Hantke, Johan Bielecki, Olena Kulyk, Daniel Westphal, Daniel S. D. Larsson, Martin Svenda, Hemanth K. N. Reddy, Richard Kirian, Jakob Andreasson, Janos Hajdu, Filipe R. N. C. Maia

    http://dx.doi.org/10.1107/s2052252518010837 Ultra-bright femtosecond X-ray pulses generated by X-ray free-electron lasers (XFELs) can be used to image high-resolution structures without the need for …


  2. A New Approach to Signal Processing of Spatiotemporal Data

    07 Sep 2018 | BioXFEL Publications | Contributor(s): Joanna Slawinska, Abbas Ourmazd, Dimitrios Giannakis

    http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ssp.2018.8450704 proceedings-article Slawinska, J., Ourmazd, A. & Giannakis, D., 2018. A New Approach to Signal Processing of Spatiotemporal Data. 2018 IEEE Statistical …


  3. The phase problem for two-dimensional crystals. II. Simulations

    03 Sep 2018 | BioXFEL Publications | Contributor(s): Romain D. Arnal, Yun Zhao, Alok K. Mitra, John Spence, Rick P. Millane

    http://dx.doi.org/10.1107/s2053273318008707 Phasing of diffraction data from two-dimensional crystals using only minimal molecular envelope information is investigated by simulation. Two-dimensional …


  4. Structural basis for light control of cell development revealed by crystal structures of a myxobacterial phytochrome

    29 Aug 2018 | BioXFEL Publications | Contributor(s): Nicole C. Woitowich, Andrei S. Halavaty, Patricia Waltz, Christopher Kupitz, Joseph Valera, Gregory Tracy, Kevin D. Gallagher, Elin Claesson, Takanori Nakane, Suraj Pandey, Garrett Charles Nelson, Rie Tanaka, Eriko Nango, Eiichi Mizohata, Shigeki Owada, Kensure Tono, Yasumasa Joti, Angela C. Nugent, Hardik Patel, Ayesha Mapara, James Hopkins, Phu Duong, Dorina Bizhga, Svetlana E. Kovaleva, Rachael St. Peter, Cynthia N. Hernandez, Wesley B. Ozarowski, Shatabdi Roy-Chowdhuri, Jay-How Yang, Petra Edlund, Heikki Takala, Janne Ihalainen, Jennifer Brayshaw, Tyler Norwood, Ishwor Poudyal, Petra Fromme, John Spence, Keith Moffat, Sebastian Westenhoff, Marius Schmidt, Emina A. Stojković

    http://dx.doi.org/10.1107/s2052252518010631 Phytochromes are red-light photoreceptors that were first characterized in plants, with homologs in photosynthetic and non-photosynthetic bacteria known as …


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