Resonant X-ray scattering of biological assemblies

Understanding the relationship between structure and function for biological assemblies can guide identification of new therapeutics, design of biomaterials, and development of biotechnological processes. Resonant X-ray scattering provides a chemically-specific approach to characterize complex biological structures based on anomalous or resonant scattering from a specific element or chemical moiety. Anomalous or resonant diffraction can provide structural details with high atomic resolution, while resonant X-ray scattering can provide structural details with lower resolution through tender or soft X-rays. Here, we review applications, challenges, and opportunities for resonant X-ray scattering in the field of structural biology. Graphic abstract: [Figure not available: see fulltext.].

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Work Title Resonant X-ray scattering of biological assemblies
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  1. Sintu Rongpipi
  2. Joshua T. Del Mundo
  3. Enrique D. Gomez
  4. Esther W. Gomez
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  1. MRS Communications
Publication Date February 23, 2021
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  1. https://doi.org/10.1557/s43579-021-00020-4
Deposited July 16, 2021

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