SIBYLS Beamline

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Recent Highlights

Applications of Small Angle Scattering to Structural Biology

SIBYLS beamline scientist, Michal Hammel, partners with BioCAT beamline scientist, Jesse Hopkins to lead a workshop on small angle and neutron scattering at the ACA 74th Annual Meeting in Denver,[…]

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SIBYLS makes cover of Biochemistry

Anaerobic SEC-MALS-SAXS at the SIBYLS beamline of the Advanced Light Source probes the conformational states behind electron bifurcation in the Thermotoga maritima EtfABCX, revealing insights on mechanisms at the thermodynamic[…]

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6th DNA Repair/Replication Structures and Cancer Conference 14 Feb 2024 – 18 Feb 2024 Cancun, Mexico

For X-ray scattering and other structures in the areas of DNA replication, repair, and cancer biology, this is your last opportunity to apply to join the 6th DNA Repair/Replication Structures and[…]

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Accurate computational design of three-dimensional protein crystals

Using small angle x-ray scattering data collected at the SIBYLS beamline and a computer-based approach, researchers designed porous protein crystals that were revealed to be stable, tunable, and atomically accurate.[…]

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