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Case Western Reserve University receives $4M from the NIBIB
Date:8/19/2009

leic acids, including in vivo studies. These include novel structural mass spectrometry and proteomics approaches invented in the center that permit scientists to understand the structure of large macromolecular complexes and membrane proteins.

2. An x‐ray spectroscopy core, based on the X3B beamline, will receive a detector upgrade bringing its capabilities to state‐of‐the art in the United States. These facilities provide investigators a novel understanding of the role of metal atoms in proteins, which are necessary to their functions of binding and enzymatic catalysis.

3. The macromolecular crystallography core will provide one of the most productive macromolecular crystallography facilities in the world. In particular, the X29 undulator beamline has already contributed to the second most solved crystal structures of any beamline in the world in 2008 and 2009, with one new structure solved every two days.

Efficient mechanisms of delivering user service on the synchrotron beamlines will be continued and are contingent on effective training of users by the Center's experienced beamline staff.

The Center will support more than 175 projects across all three cores that are supported by 212 peer‐reviewed grants, including 200 from the NIH.


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Contact: Christina DeAngelis
cat41@case.edu
216-368-3635
Case Western Reserve University
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