Macromolecular X-ray Crystallography Core

Facility summary

 303-492-0528  Website

  • Location: JSCBB B1C50
  • Technology focus: Single Crystal X-ray Crystallography
  • Resources / instruments: controlled-temperature crystallization rooms and incubators, Phoenix drop setter robot, two RockImager systems, various microscopes, two XRD systems for in-house data collection, equipment and resources for crystal shipping and remote data collection at synchrotrons, IT infrastructure for crystallographic computation and model-building (for more detailed information, see website)
  • Open to: Dep. of Biochemistry, to other CU Boulder research groups buying into the core and occasional external/industry use as availability allows on a fee-for-service base

The Macromolecular X-Ray Crystallography Lab in the Department of Biochemistry provides resources for crystallization and structure determination of biological macromolecules and complexes by Single Crystal X-Ray Diffraction.

We offer instrument training and can provide support for macromolecular crystallography projects every step of the way from project planning to optimization, trouble shooting,  data evaluation and structure solving, as needed by the user.

Annette Erbse, Dr.rer.nat

Annette Erbse, Dr.rer.nat