macromolecular crystal

macromolecular crystal

A crystalline solid in which its atoms are linked together by covalent bonds.

Examples
Carbon/diamond, boron nitride, silicon carbide.
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Travis Gallagher (1990-present) Protein and DNA crystallography, protein science, diffraction phase determination, macromolecular crystal growth,
executive director of the institute and UB professor of structural biology, plans to use the SAN for his research on macromolecular crystal growth.
Since its inception in 1971 at the Brookhaven National Laboratory, the Protein Data Bank (PDB) has served as an archive for biological macromolecular crystal and NMR structures.
For macromolecular crystals (canavalin, thaumatin and lipase), hollow cores are observed in some cases (Kutnetsov, et al.
AFM studies of the nucleation and growth mechanisms of macromolecular crystals.
to create macromolecular crystals aboard the International Space Station using LabChip technology.
Thermal Convection - Patterns, Stages of Evolution and Stability Behavior is intended as a useful reference guide for specialists in disciplines such as the metallurgy and foundry field and researchers and scientists who are now coordinating their efforts to improve the quality of semiconductor or macromolecular crystals.
Pilot studies in macromolecule crystallization recently performed by Caliper and NASA successfully demonstrated the feasibility of using LabChip(R) technology to grow macromolecular crystals and laid the groundwork for establishing the ADP collaboration.