Very nice slides from the Rigaku website:
Small angle X-ray scattering techniques for proteins
In this webinar we explore the application of small angle X-ray scattering (SAXS) techniques to the study of non-crystalline macromolecular samples in solution. SAXS measurements have shown to be powerful for both ab initio modeling where the structure of the protein is unknown, and fragment based rigid body modeling where some structural information may already be available. Easy control of sample conditions allows SAXS measurements under conditions similar to their physiological environment. SAXS measurements can also be useful to follow the response of samples to perturbations of temperature, compound addition, and other changes to the physical or chemical environment. The webinar includes an overview of the theory and techniques associated with SAXS measurements, experimental hardware for the home laboratory, basic data processing, examples of laboratory based SAXS measurements and comparison to measurements made using synchrotron radiation.
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Books and reviews on small angle scattering. Discussions and criticism on recent SAXS papers.
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