A CLONABLE SELENIUM NANOPARTICLE IN ACTION: HIGH RESOLUTION LOCALIZATION OF FTSZ USING ELECTRON TOMOGRAPHY
A meaningful understanding of biochemistry requires that we understand the function of proteins, which is heavily dependent on their structure and location within an organism. As the Resolution Revolution of cryo-electron microscopy gains unprecedented ground largely due to the recent development of commercially available direct electron detectors, energy filters, and high-end computation, thousands of protein structures have been solved at atomic or near-atomic resolution, with the highest resolution structure to date being solved at 1.2 Å. A major challenge that has limited the broad use of ...
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