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
Learn more about MicroED solutions on thermofisher.com
Learn more about microED from your peers in the webinar: "Determining protein and small molecule structures with Microcrystal Electron Diffraction"