When Maurice Wilkins and Rosalind Franklin took their pictures of DNA, the art of using X-rays to peer at tiny molecules was still in its infancy. Now, 50 years later, structural biologists have illuminated every corner of biology with their stunning images, thanks to ever-more sophisticated tools.
KeywordsStructural Biologist Structural Biology Crystal Structure Analysis Hereditary Haemochromatosis Nucleosome Core Particle
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