X-ray diffraction data, collected on MAX IV’s BioMAX beamline, indicate a so far unparalleled step towards using crystallographic methods to solve guest protein structures.
A paper recently published in the Journal of Synchrotron Radiation summarises the impressive results of Non-Evaporale Getter coating the inside of the 3 GeV ring.
Fungal enzymes play an important role in plant degradation. A Nature study with BioMAX beamline offers promise for tuning the efficiency of enzymatic breakdown of biomass feedstocks for new fuels.
An advanced project management platform for the crystallographic fragment screening (CFS) method is now available for MAX IV's users and partners--simplifying early pharmaceutical drugs experiments
Evaporating iodine atoms gives rise to unforeseen electronic properties of (TaSe4 )2I
SAXS and WAXS showed that extrusion processing in quinoa caused morphological changes in the protein and starch of the extruded quinoa foods with mild impacts toward its nutritional characteristics.
Researchers developed NUDT15 inhibitors, TH7755, enabling the discovery of NUDT15 variants' structure
In the context of the MAX IV process of developing a science-driven Strategy and Roadmap to guide our development during the period of 2023–2030 …