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Mail-in SAXS Description

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Start2010
Users405
Plates1380
Pub's100

At the Structurally Integrated Biology for Life Sciences (SIBYLS) beamline, we offer a small angle X-ray scattering (SAXS) data collection service for users world wide. Both academic and proprietary interests are welcome.

For High-Throughput SAXS (HT-SAXS), users "mail in" their samples in a sealed 96-well plate for analyses.

For Size-Exclusion Chromatography SAXS (SEC-SAXS), users send us single samples and buffers, and then choose from our selection of size-exclusion columns.

Within a week users will have access to their SAXS results as well as preliminary analysis of sample quality by our staff.



Our Mission

We strive to collect your SAXS data with the same care and attention as if you collected it yourself.



Publications

SAXS data collected at SIBYLS beamline 12.3.1 has contributed to innumerable publications. As the research community becomes more familiar with what SAXS has to offer and as we continue to improve our systems, offering higher quality data, the rate of publication continues to grow.

Publications




Location and End-station

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Berkeley, CA

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The Team

Greg_hura

Greg Hura, Ph.D

SAXS Beamline Scientist

Michal_hammel

Michal Hammel, Ph.D

SAXS Beamline Scientist

Jane_tanamachi

Jane Tanamachi, B.S.

Program Manager

Susan_tsutakawa

Susan Tsutakawa, Ph.D

Research Scientist

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Daniel Rosenberg, B.S.

Ph.D. Graduate Student Research Associate

Kathryn_burnett

Kathryn Burnett, M.A.

Research Associate, Mail-in Program Manager

John_tainer

John Tainer, Ph.D

Group Leader