The MicroED Method and Applications

MicroED

MicroED is an exciting new technique with applications in the structural determination of small molecules and protein. With this method, atomic details can be extracted from individual nanocrystals (<200 nm in size), even in a heterogeneous mixture. Watch this video to learn more about the microED workflow. Alternatively, in our MicroED Overview brochure, we provide a summary of the method and how it differs from traditional x-ray crystallography, how MicroED might assist in your particular field and examples of the technique in action. This includes:

  • Acetaminophen small molecule structure
  • Protein structure at 2.8 Å resolution from only 5 crystals

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Learn more about microED from your peers in the webinar: "Determining protein and small molecule structures with Microcrystal Electron Diffraction"

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In our MicroED Overview brochure, we provide a summary of the method and how it differs from traditional x-ray crystallography, how MicroED might assist in your particular field and examples of the technique in action.

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