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National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) and National Cancer Institute (NCI) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH)
GM/CA @ APS congratulates Brian Kobilka and Robert Lefkowitz, winners of the 2012 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. <a href='news/nobelprize2012.html'>Read more...</a> Sample environment with on-axis visualization and quad collimator allowing for one-click change of X-ray beam size Footprints of selectable beam sizes on YAG: from 5µm to 300µm Crystal imaging with on-axis hi-res video camera Polygon diffraction rastering with JBluIce Staff displaying the first diffraction pattern with Pilatus3 6M (January, 2014) Simulated radiation damage in a crystal hit by a micron-sized beam Fluorescence rastering detects small crystals with minimum radiation exposure Collecting data along vector with JBluIce First structure of a complex between a G protein coupled receptor (GPCR) and its G protein revealed. Brian Kobilka group (Stanford University) and collaborators. <a href='news/highlights.html#Kobilka_2011'>Read more...</a> First structure of a protein-activated GPCR. Ray Stevens group (The Scripps Research Institute) and collaborators. <a href='news/highlights.html#Stevens_2011'>Read more...</a> Complex formation in the M1-fibrinogen network. Partho Ghosh group (University of California, San Diego) and collaborators. <a href='news/highlights.html#PGhosh_2011'>Read more...</a> Structure of Mediator head module revealed. Yuichiro Takagi group (Indiana University School of Medicine) and collaborators. <a href='news/highlights.html#Takagi_2011'>Read more...</a> A structure of the Sindis virus capsid. Michael Rossmann group (Purdue University) and colleagues. <a href='news/highlights.html#Rossmann_2011'>Read more...</a> Allosteric activation of Protein Kinase C. James Hurley group (National Institutes of Health) and collaborators. <a href='news/highlights.html#JHurley_2011'>Read more...</a>


The National Institute of General Medical Sciences and National Cancer Institute Structural Biology Facility at the Advanced Photon Source operates a national user facility for structural biology with synchrotron beamlines specializing in intense, tunable micro-beams for crystallography.



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GM/CA Project and Staff Joined the APS X-ray Science Division read more

GM/CA @ APS hosts 5th annual CCP4 School: From data collection to structure refinement and beyond. read more

GM/CA @ APS rolls out Java-based version of popular BluIce data collection software. read more

Beamline Application: GM/CA @ APS supports five different categories of the user program. read more

NATURE Technology Feature: GM/CA @ APS mini-beam allows matching beam & crystal sizes. read more

GM/CA @ APS appeared on Chemical & Engineering News: New Beamlines Dedicated At Argonne

Sending a Message: How Receptors Talk to G Proteins. read more

Outsmarting flu viruses. read more

A key Target for diabetes drugs. read more

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