The advent of new neutron facilities and the improvement of existing sources and instruments world wide supply the biological community with many new opportunities in the areas of structural biology and biological physics. The present volume offers a clear description of the various neutron-scattering techniques currently being used to answer biologically relevant questions. Their utility is illustrated through examples by some of the leading researchers in the field of neutron scattering. This volume will be a reference for researchers and a step-by-step guide for young scientists entering the field and the advanced graduate student.neutron density was observed to extend from the position of the O atom of the carboxyl group labeled E350-1, suggesting that this carboxyl oxygen atom is a protonated ... In this diagram, the H-bonds, X-H(D)aY have been plotted with the anbsp;...
|Title||:||Neutron Scattering in Biology|
|Author||:||Jörg Fitter, Thomas Gutberlet, John Katsaras|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2006-01-10|