This book presents an overview of the current state of research in both synchrotron radiation and structural proteomics from different laboratories worldwide. The book presents recent research results in the most advanced methods of synchrotron radiation analysis, protein micro- and nano crystallography, X-ray scattering and X-ray optics, coherent
Protein Micro- and Nanocrystallography Using Synchrotron Radiation. Single-Bounce Monocapillary X-Ray Optics: Design and Biological Applications. Thermophilic Enzymes of Potential Industrial Use: Structure and Function. Model Lysozyme Crystal Versus Aggregate, Un Confined Formation as Viewed by Recent Theory Aided by Computer Experiment. Molecular Modeling to Facilitate Protein Crystallization. Structural Analysis of the Subunit of the Translation Initiation Factor Aif2 from Different Species: Role of Zn Ions. Towards the Understanding of Molecular Aspects of Helicobacter pylori cag-PAI. Using X-Ray Scattering to Study the Structures of Membrane-Associated Proteins. An Overview of Langmuir Blodgett Protein Crystals via GISAXS, LASER , Raman and AFM. Radiation Damage in Protein Structural Characterization by Synchrotron Radiation: State of the Art and Nanotechnology-Based Perspective. Contactless Sample Manipulation for Synchrotron Radiation Experiments. Gold on Glass-The Annealing Process Investigated with GISAXS and Ellipsometry. Three-Dimensional Visualization of a Human Chromosome Using Coherent X-Ray Diffraction.