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A detector for the sources

A new detector built for X-ray free-electron lasers provides unprecedented speed and accuracy for macromolecular crystallography at synchrotron radiation facilities—and finally allows crystallographers to harness the full capabilities of those sources.

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Fig. 1: Pixels of the JUNGFRAU detector as seen under a microscope, with an overlay of the pixel structure.

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Chapman, H.N. A detector for the sources. Nat Methods 15, 774–775 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41592-018-0150-8

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