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Small-Angle X-ray Scattering at High Brilliance European Synchrotrons for Biotechnology and Nanotechnology

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Aims of SAXIER
Dmitri Svergun, EMBL

Research Infrastructures
Maria Douka, European Commission

SAXIER Workpackages
An Integrated Micro-SAXS and Micro-Raman System
Christian Riekel, ESRF

Online Size Exclusion HP Liquid Chromatography
Javier Pérez, SOLEIL

CryoSAXS Sample Environment
Manfred Roessle, EMBL

Microfluidic Devices for SAXS
Heinz Amenitsch, IBN/Elettra

Scattering from Gas Phase
J. Günter Grossman, SRS Daresbury Laboratory

An Integrated Scattering Data Analysis System
Dmitri Svergun, EMBL

User Talks
The bioXtas Project – a New Approach to Studies of Biomolecular Suprastructure Using SAXS in a μTAS
Bente Vestergaard, University of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Copenhagen, Denmark

Structural Investigations on Highly Flexible and Disordered Proteins Using SAXS and Time-resolved SAXS
Véronique Receveur-Brechot, AFMB-CNRS, Marseilles, France

NanoGISAXS - Future Perspectives for Nanostructured Soft Materials
Stephan V. Roth, Deutsches Elektronen Synchrotron (HASYLAB), Hamburg, Germany

Combined Laser Micro-manipulation and Small-angle X-ray Scattering
Enrico Ferrari, CNR-INFM, National Institute for the Physics of Matter, Trieste, Italy

Additional Documents
sasCIF: an extension of core Crystallographic Information File for SAS
Marc Malfois and Dmitri Svergun, EMBL