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Rapid readout detector captures protein time-resolved WAXS

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Figure 1: Time-resolved WAXS difference data recorded from detergent-solubilized samples of proteorhodopsin.


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We thank B. Henrich, E.F. Eikenberry and H. Billich for technical support. This work was supported by grants from the Human Frontiers Science Program and the Swedish Science Research Council.

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Westenhoff, S., Malmerberg, E., Arnlund, D. et al. Rapid readout detector captures protein time-resolved WAXS. Nat Methods 7, 775–776 (2010).

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