New sources and instrumentation for neutrons in biology

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  • S.C.M. Teixeira
  • G. Zaccai
  • J. Ankner
  • M.C. Bellissent-Funel
  • R. Bewley
  • M.P. Blakeley
  • P. Callow
  • L. Coates
  • R. Dahint
  • R. Dalgleish
  • N.A. Dencher
  • V.T. Forsyth
  • G. Fragneto
  • B. Frick
  • R. Gilles
  • T. Gurburlet
  • M. Haertlein
  • T. Hauss
  • W. Häußler
  • W.T. Heller
  • K. Herwig
  • O. Holderer
  • F. Juranyi
  • R. Kampmann
  • R. Knott
  • S. Krueger
  • P. Langan
  • R.E. Lechner
  • G. Lynn
  • C. Majkrzak
  • R.P. May
  • F. Meilleur
  • Y. Mo
  • D.A.A. Myles
  • F. Natali
  • C. Neylon
  • N. Niimura
  • J. Ollivier
  • A. Ostermann
  • J. Peters
  • J. Pieper
  • A. Rühm
  • D. Schwahn
  • K. Shibata
  • A.K. Soper
  • T. Strässle
  • J. Suzuki
  • I. Tanaka
  • M. Tehei
  • P. Timmins
  • N. Torikai
  • T. Unruh
  • V. Urban
  • R. Vavrin
  • K. Weiss

Neutron radiation offers significant advantages for the study of biological molecular structure and dynamics. A broad and significant effort towards instrumental and methodological development to facilitate biology experiments at neutron sources worldwide is reviewed.

Original languageEnglish
JournalChemical Physics
Volume345
Issue number2-3
Pages (from-to)133-151
Number of pages19
ISSN0301-0104
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2008

    Research areas

  • Former LIFE faculty - Neutron Scattering, Neutron Crystallography, Small angle scattering, Reflectometry, Inelastic Neutron Scattering, Quasi-elastic Neutron Scattering, Proteins, Membranes, Molecular structure and dynamics

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