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  1. Dynamics and Kinetics in Structural Biology: Unravelling Function Through Time-Resolved Structural Analysis. By Keith Moffat and Eaton E. Lattman. Wiley, New York, 2023, pp. 288. ISBN 978-1-119-69628-5. Price USD 161 (hardback), USD 128 (Kindle)
  2. The interoperability of crystallographic data and databases
  3. Observations on Laue diffraction within synchrotron radiation and neutron macromolecular crystallography research and developments
  4. A History of Scientific Journals: Publishing at the Royal Society, 1665–2015. By Aileen Fyfe, Noah Moxham, Julie McDougall-Waters and Camilla Mørk Røstvik. University College London Press, 2022. Pp. 664. Open access,
  5. Scientific Testimony. By Mikkel Gerken. Oxford University Press, 2022. Pp. 320. GBP 65. ISBN 9780198857273.
  6. Relating protein crystal structure to ligand-binding thermodynamics
  7. The Knowledge Machine: How an Unreasonable Idea Created Modern Science. By Michael Strevens. Penguin, 2022. Pp. 368. Price GBP 7.99 (Kindle), GBP 9.95 (paperback). ISBN 9780141981260.
  8. The four Rs and crystal structure analysis: reliability, reproducibility, replicability and reusability
  9. Raw diffraction data are our ground truth from which all subsequent workflows develop
  10. Collecting Experiments. Making Big Data Biology. By Bruno J. Strasser. Chicago University Press, 2019. Pp. 392. Price USD 45.00. ISBN 9780226635040.
  11. Topical Reviews in Acta Crystallographica F Structural Biology Communications
  12. The crystal structures of the enzyme hydroxymethylbilane synthase, also known as porphobilinogen deaminase
  13. Respect the synchrotron beam strength: how to model it, measure it and mitigate it for various scientific fields
  14. Triosephosphate isomerase: the perfect enzyme, but how does it work?
  15. The Beauty of Chemistry: Art, Wonder, and Science. By Philip Ball. Photographs by Wenting Zhu and Yan Liang. MIT Press, 2021. Pp. 308. Hardback price USD 49.45. ISBN 978-0262044417.
  16. Combining X-rays, neutrons and electrons, and NMR, for precision and accuracy in structure–function studies
  17. Joseph Yariv (1927–2021)
  18. The Science of Science. By Dashun Wang and Albert-László Barabási. Cambridge University Press, 2021. Pp. 308. Hardback price GBP 64.99, ISBN 9781108492669. Paperback price GBP 22.99, ISBN 9781108716956.
  19. Defining and Measuring Nature. The Make Of All Things. Second edition. By Jeffrey H. Williams. Institute of Physics Publishing, 2020. Price (hardcover) USD 50.00. ISBN 9780750331418. (Also available as ebook, 313 pp., price USD 40.00, ISBN 97807...
  20. How To Be a Better Scientist. By Andrew C. Johnson and John P. Sumpter. Taylor and Francis, 2018. Pp. 248. Price GBP 15.19 ISBN 9781138731295 (paperback), GBP 76.00 ISBN 9781138731219 (hardback), GBP 12.34 ISBN 9781315189079 (ebook).
  21. Being an Interdisciplinary Academic: How Institutions Shape University Careers. By Catherine Lyall. Palgrave Pivot, 2019. Pp. 154. Price EUR 51.99 (hardcover). ISBN 978-3-030-18658-6.
  22. What is the structural chemistry of the living organism at its temperature and pressure?
  23. Why Trust Science?By Naomi Oreskes. Princeton University Press, 2019. Pp. 376. Price USD 24.95, GBP 22.00 (hardback). ISBN 9780691179001, ebook ISBN 9780691189932.
  24. Broader Impacts of Science on Society. By Bruce J. MacFadden. Cambridge University Press, 2019. Pp. 320. Price GBP 19.99 (paperback). ISBN 9781108434287.
  25. The Overproduction of Truth. Passion, Competition, and Integrity in Modern Science. By Gianfranco Pacchioni. Oxford University Press, 2018. Pp. 176. Price GBP 19.99 (hardback). ISBN 9780198799887.
  26. What Science Is and How It Really Works. By James C. Zimring. Cambridge University Press, 2019. Pp. 402. Price USD 25.99. Paperback ISBN 9781108701648.
  27. FACT and FAIR with Big Data allows objectivity in science: The view of crystallography
  28. Why is interoperability between the two fields of chemical crystallography and protein crystallography so difficult?
  29. Bias in Science and Communication. A Field Guide. By Matthew Welsh. IOP Publishing, 2018. Pp. 177. ISBN 978-0-7503-1312-4.
  30. Formation of a highly dense tetra-rhenium cluster in a protein crystal and its implications in medical imaging
  31. Findable Accessible Interoperable Re-usable (FAIR) diffraction data are coming to protein crystallography
  32. Findable Accessible Interoperable Re-usable (FAIR) diffraction data are coming to protein crystallography
  33. Findable Accessible Interoperable Re-usable (FAIR) diffraction data are coming to protein crystallography
  34. Findable Accessible Interoperable Re-usable (FAIR) diffraction data are coming to protein crystallography
  35. Study and Communication Skills for the Biosciences, 3rd edition. By Stuart Johnson and Jon Scott. Oxford University Press, 2019. Pp. 262. Price (paperback) GBP 24.99. ISBN 978-0-19-879146-1.
  36. Managing Science: Developing your Research, Leadership and Management Skills. By Ken Peach. Oxford University Press, 2017. Pp. 288. Hardback Price GBP 25.49. ISBN 9780198796077.
  37. X-ray nanochemistry concepts and development
  38. Data science skills for referees: I biological X-ray crystallography
  39. The Scientific Method: Reflections from a Practitioner. By Massimiliano di Ventra. Oxford University Press, 2018. Pp. 128. Price GBP 13.99. ISBN 9780198825623.
  40. The Effective Scientist: A Handy Guide to a Successful Scientific Career. By Corey J. A. Bradshaw. Cambridge University Press, 2018. Paperback pp. xiv + 276. Price GBP 17.99 (paperback), 46.99 (hardback), 20.00 (ebook). ISBN 9781316779521.
  41. Structural analysis of Chlamydia protein Pgp3 by X-ray crystallography
  42. Scientific Leadership. By J. W. (Hans) Niemantsverdriet and Jan-Karel Felderhof. De Gruyter, 2017. Pp. xv+171. Price (paperback) EUR 29.95, USD 34.99, GBP 24.99. ISBN 978-3-11-046888-5.
  43. Synchrotron Radiation and Free-Electron Lasers. Principles of Coherent X-ray Generation. By Kwang-Je Kim, Artur Braun and Zhirong Huang. Cambridge University Press, 2017. Pp. 298. Price GBP 89.99, hardback, ISBN 978-1107162617.
  44. Bionanophotonics: general discussion
  45. Light induced charge and energy transport in nucleic acids and proteins: general discussion
  46. Light induced damage and repair in nucleic acids and proteins: general discussion
  47. Photocrosslinking between nucleic acids and proteins: general discussion
  48. The science is in the data
  49. Crystallography and Databases
  50. New leads for fragment-based design of rhenium/technetium radiopharmaceutical agents
  51. Raw diffraction data preservation and reuse: overview, update on practicalities and metadata requirements
  52. X-Ray Crystallography. Second Edition. By William Clegg. Oxford University Press, 2015. Pp. 128. Price GBP 14.99 (paperback). ISBN 9780198700975.
  53. Principles and methods used to grow and optimize crystals of protein–metallodrug adducts, to determine metal binding sites and to assign metal ligands
  54. Re-refinement of 4g4a: room-temperature X-ray diffraction study of cisplatin and its binding to His15 of HEWL after 14 months chemical exposure in the presence of DMSO
  55. Re-refinement of 4xan: hen egg-white lysozyme with carboplatin in sodium bromide solution
  56. Response from Tanleyet al.toCrystallography and chemistry should always go together: a cautionary tale of protein complexes with cisplatin and carboplatin
  57. Online_DPI: a web server to calculate the diffraction precision index for a protein structure
  58. Synchrotron radiation macromolecular crystallography: science and spin-offs
  59. On the Origin and Variation of Colors in Lobster Carapace
  60. Chemical conversion of cisplatin and carboplatin with histidine in a model protein crystallized under sodium iodide conditions
  61. The binding of platinum hexahalides (Cl, Br and I) to hen egg-white lysozyme and the chemical transformation of the PtI6octahedral complex to a PtI3moiety bound to His15
  62. Carboplatin binding to histidine
  63. Resonant elastic X-ray scattering in life science, chemistry and materials science; recent developments
  64. Structural dynamics of cisplatin binding to histidine in a protein
  65. Viewpoint
  67. Radioactive waste limits in cement to avoid leaching out
  68. On the Cucumber Tree: Scenes from the Life of an Itinerant Jobbing Scientist
  69. Extensive counter-ion interactions seen at the surface of subtilisin in an aqueous medium
  70. Estimating the atomic coordinate errors of atoms in proteins is important.
  71. Early Days of X-ray Crystallography. By André Authier. International Union of Crystallography/Oxford University Press, 2013. Pp. xiv + 441. Price (hardcover) GBP 45.00. ISBN 978-0-19-965984-5.
  72. Editorial
  73. Diffraction structural biology – a new horizon
  74. Experiences with archived raw diffraction images data: capturing cisplatin after chemical conversion of carboplatin in high salt conditions for a protein crystal
  75. Editorial
  76. Honouring the two Braggs: the first X-ray crystal structure and the first X-ray spectrometer
  77. Editorial
  78. Roger Fourme (1942–2012)
  80. How to Solve Protein Structures with an X-ray Laser
  81. Editorial
  82. The crystal structure analysis of the relative binding of cisplatin and carboplatin in a mixture with histidine in a protein studied at 100 and 300 K with repeated X-ray irradiation
  83. Experience with exchange and archiving of raw data: comparison of data from two diffractometers and four software packages on a series of lysozyme crystals
  84. Room-temperature X-ray diffraction studies of cisplatin and carboplatin binding to His15 of HEWL after prolonged chemical exposure
  85. The centennial of the first X-ray crystal structures
  86. Modern charge-density analysis, edited by C. Gatti and P. Macchi
  87. Le cristal et ses doubles, by Jean-Claude Boulliard
  88. Editorial
  89. NMR crystallography, edited by Robin K Harris, Roderick E. Wasylishen and Melinda J. Duer
  90. Editorial
  91. Protonation-state determination in proteins using high-resolution X-ray crystallography: effects of resolution and completeness
  92. Resonant elastic X-ray scattering in chemistry and materials science
  93. Interaction of Counterions with Subtilisin in Acetonitrile: Insights from Molecular Dynamics Simulations
  94. Structural studies of the effect that dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) has on cisplatin and carboplatin binding to histidine in a protein
  95. Editorial
  96. Some historical extracts relevant to the discovery and application of the diffraction of X-rays by crystals to contribute to the Centennial celebration and the International Year of Crystallography
  97. The evolution of synchrotron radiation and the growth of its importance in crystallography
  98. Editorial
  99. Editorial
  100. Multidimensional NMR methods for the solution state, edited by G.A. Morris and J.W. Emsley
  101. Editorial
  102. What a time I am having: selected letters of Max Perutz, edited by Vivien Perutz
  103. Editorial
  104. Time, Space, Stars and Man: The Story of the Big Bang, by Michael M. Woolfson
  105. Editorial
  106. Time-dependent analysis of K2PtBr6binding to lysozyme studied by protein powder and single crystal X-ray analysis
  107. Diffraction structural biology – introductory overview
  108. Deriving the ultrastructure of α-crustacyanin using lower-resolution structural and biophysical methods
  109. Editorial
  110. The record of experimental science: Archiving data with literature*
  111. ChemInform Abstract: X-Ray Crystallography in Structural Chemistry and Molecular Biology
  112. The structural chemistry and structural biology of colouration in marine crustacea
  113. X-ray Crystal Structure and Time-Resolved Spectroscopy of the Blue Carotenoid Violerythrin
  114. Determination of zinc incorporation in the Zn-substituted gallophosphate ZnULM-5 by multiple wavelength anomalous dispersion techniques
  115. Editorial
  116. Aaron Joseph Kalb (Gilboa) (1937–2009)
  117. A book about Macromolecular Crystallization and Crystal Perfection
  118. Crystallographic Analysis of Counterion Effects on Subtilisin Enzymatic Action in Acetonitrile
  119. Editorial
  120. An evaluation review of the prediction of protonation states in proteinsversuscrystallographic experiment†
  121. Textbook of structural biology, by Anders Liljas, Lars Liljas, Jure Piskur, Göran Lindblom, Poul Nissen and Morten Kjeldgaard
  122. The music of life, by Denis Noble
  123. X-ray crystal structures of diacetates of 6-s-cis and 6-s-trans astaxanthin and of 7,8-didehydroastaxanthin and 7,8,7′,8′-tetradehydroastaxanthin: comparison with free and protein-bound astaxanthins
  124. Lecture demonstrations in a public lecture on `X-ray crystal structure analysis: from W. L. Bragg to the present day'
  125. Editorial
  126. The interdependence of wavelength, redundancy and dose in sulfur SAD experiments
  127. X-ray Crystallography of Biomacromolecules: A Practical Guide by Albrecht Messerschmidt
  128. Macromolecular crystal twinning, lattice disorders and multiple crystals1
  129. An investigation into the protonation states of the C1 domain of cardiac myosin-binding protein C
  130. An investigation into structural changes due to deuteration
  131. Meeting report of the BCA25thAnnual Meeting held at the University of Kent in Canterbury, UK, 16–19 April 2007
  132. Crystal Structure of the C1 domain of Cardiac Myosin Binding Protein-C: Implications for Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy
  133. Editorial
  134. Science experimentsviatelepresence at a synchrotron radiation source facility
  135. Integrating research articles and supporting data in crystallography
  136. Editorial
  137. Durward William John Cruickshank (1924–2007)
  138. Interdisciplinary research could pull cash into science
  139. A down-to-Earth approach
  140. The determination of protonation states in proteins
  141. Meeting report of the BCA 25th Annual Meeting held at the University of Kent in Canterbury, UK, 16–19 April 2007
  142. Personal X-ray reflections.By U. W. Arndt. Pp. 177. Twickenham: Athena Press, 2006. Price GBP 6.99, USD 11.95. ISBN 1-84401-694-3.
  143. Unravelling the chemical basis of the bathochromic shift in the lobster carapace; new crystal structures of unbound astaxanthin, canthaxanthin and zeaxanthin
  144. Editorial
  145. Concanavalin A
  146. Structure Determination by X-ray Crystallography. By Mark Ladd and Rex Palmer. Pp. xlii + 819. New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, 4th ed., 2003. Price (paperback) GBP 41. ISBN 0-306-47454-9.
  147. Crystal Structure of Peach Pru p 3, the Prototypic Member of the Family of Plant Non-specific Lipid Transfer Protein Pan-allergens
  148. Editorial
  149. Abinitiostructure determination using dispersive differences from multiple-wavelength synchrotron-radiation powder diffraction data
  150. Anomalous scattering in structural chemistry and biology¶
  151. Unravelling the structural chemistry of the colouration mechanism in lobster shell. Erratum
  152. A high-throughput structural biology/proteomics beamline at the SRS on a new multipole wiggler
  153. The uses of softer X-rays in structural studies
  154. Softer and soft X-rays in macromolecular crystallography
  155. Protein crystal perfection and its application
  156. Report of the Working Group on Synchrotron Radiation Nomenclature – brightness, spectral brightness or brilliance?
  157. The why, how, when, and what happened of crystallization in space
  158. The 15-K neutron structure of saccharide-free concanavalin A
  159. Structure and interactions in simple solutions
  160. Protein hydration dynamics in solution: a critical survey
  161. The role of wavelength and source in the search for sulfur-atom positions evaluated in two case studies: lysozyme at room temperature and cryo apocrustacyanin A1
  162. Concanavalin A
  163. The structure and refinement of apocrustacyanin C2to 1.3 Å resolution and the search for differences between this protein and the homologous apoproteins A1and C1
  164. Synchrotron and neutron techniques in biological crystallography
  165. Overview and new developments in softer X-ray (2Å < λ < 5Å) protein crystallography
  166. Unravelling the structural chemistry of the colouration mechanism in lobster shell
  167. Apocrustacyanin C1crystals grown in space and on earth using vapour-diffusion geometry: protein structure refinements and electron-density map comparisons
  168. S-SWAT (softer single-wavelength anomalous technique): potential in high-throughput protein crystallography
  169. X‐ray Diffraction at Synchrotron Light Sources
  170. The properties of (2Fo−Fc) and (Fo− Fc) electron-density maps at medium-to-high resolutions
  171. Time-resolved and static-ensemble structural chemistry of hydroxymethylbilane synthase
  172. The molecular basis of the coloration mechanism in lobster shell: β-Crustacyanin at 3.2-Å resolution
  173. Spoilt for choice: protein target selection in a time of plenty
  174. Large area high-resolution CCD-based X-ray detector for macromolecular crystallography
  175. New opportunities in biological and chemical crystallography
  176. The combination of molecular dynamics with crystallography for elucidating protein–ligand interactions: a case study involving peanut lectin complexes with T-antigen and lactose
  177. Structure of lobster apocrustacyanin A1using softer X-rays
  178. Neutron Laue diffraction experiments on a large unit cell: concanavalin A complexed with methyl-α-D-glucopyranoside
  179. The 1.2 Å resolution structure of the con A-dimannose complex
  180. Integration of macromolecular diffraction data using radial basis function networks
  181. Apocrustacyanin A1 from the lobster carotenoprotein α-crustacyanin: crystallization and initial X-ray analysis involving softer X-rays
  182. Synchrotron X-ray reciprocal-space mapping, topography and diffraction resolution studies of macromolecular crystal quality
  183. SR source to science
  184. Direct determination of the positions of the deuterium atoms of the bound water in concanavalin A by neutron Laue crystallography
  185. Synchrotron radiation sources in the news andJSRgoes online
  186. Laue crystallography: coming of age
  187. Synchrotron radiation and structural biology
  188. Development of instrumentation and methods for MAD and structural genomics at the SRS, ESRF, CHESS and Elettra facilities
  189. XAFS conference proceedings and JSR
  190. Bound-solvent structures for microgravity-, ground control-, gel- and microbatch-grown hen egg-white lysozyme crystals at 1.8 Å resolution
  191. Determination of the structure of selenomethionine-labelled hydroxymethylbilane synthase in its active form by multi-wavelength anomalous dispersion
  192. Purification, crystallization and initial X-ray analysis of the C1subunit of the astaxanthin protein, V600,of the chondrophoreVelella velella
  193. Editorial
  194. Synchrotron radiation facilities
  195. Neutrons in biology
  196. SR Conference Proceedings and JSR
  197. The X-ray crystal structures of perdeuteriated and protiated enzyme elongation factor Tu are very similar
  198. X-Ray and molecular dynamics studies of concanavalin-A glucoside and mannoside complexes Relating structure to thermodynamics of binding
  199. Time-resolved structures of hydroxymethylbilane synthase (Lys59Gln mutant) as it is loaded with substrate in the crystal determined by Laue diffraction
  200. Neutron Laue diffraction does it faster
  201. CCD Video Observation of Microgravity Crystallization of Lysozyme and Correlation with Accelerometer Data
  202. Partial Improvement of Crystal Quality for Microgravity-Grown Apocrustacyanin C1
  203. [14] Overview of synchrotron radiation and macromolecular crystallography
  204. Neutron Laue diffraction study of concanavalin A The proton of Asp28
  205. News and views
  206. X-ray crystallography
  207. Microgravity crystal growth improved long range crystal order
  208. Time-resolved biological and perturbation chemical crystallography: Laue and monochromatic developments
  209. SR instrumentation for optimized anomalous scattering and high resolution structure studies of proteins and nucleic acids (invited)
  210. Refined structure of concanavalin A complexed with methyl α-D-mannopyranoside at 2.0 Å resolution and comparison with the saccharide-free structure
  211. High-resolution structures of single-metal-substituted concanavalin A: the Co,Ca-protein at 1.6 Å and the Ni,Ca-protein at 2.0 Å
  212. Electron density maps of lysozyme calculated using synchrotron laue data comprising singles and deconvoluted multiples
  213. XVI World Congress of crystallography and satellite meeting on SR
  214. Distal pocket polarity in ligand binding to myoglobin: Deoxy and carbonmonoxy forms of a threonine68(E11) mutant investigated by x-ray crystallography and infrared spectroscopy
  215. High-resolution crystallographic studies of native concanavalin A using rapid Laue data collection methods and the introduction of a monochromatic large-angle oscillation technique (LOT)
  216. Active site of trypanothione reductase
  217. Macromolecular Crystallography with Synchrotron Radiation
  218. The X-ray diffraction station at the ADONE wiggler facility: preliminary results (including crystal perfection)
  219. Global instrumentation survey: Macromolecular crystallography
  220. Synchrotron radiation instrumentation and macromolecular crystallography
  221. Charge‐coupled imagers for time‐resolved macromolecular crystallography
  222. A new macromolecular crystallography Station (9.5) on the SRS wiggler beam line for very rapid Laue and rapidly tunable monochromatic measurements: Commissioning and first results
  223. News and views
  224. Initiating a crystallographic study of trypanothione reductase
  225. World Congress of Crystallography
  226. News and views
  227. Protein crystallography
  228. Instrumentation for Laue diffraction (invited)
  229. The laue method and its use in time-resolved crystallography
  230. Protein single crystal diffraction
  231. World congress of crystallography
  232. Laue Diffraction from Protein Crystals: Theoretical Aspects
  234. Protein microcrystal diffraction and the effects of radiation damage with ultra-high-flux synchrotron radiation.
  235. Absorption of x-radiation by single crystals of proteins containing labile metal components: the determination of the number of iron atoms within the central core of ferritin
  236. Measurement of absorption curves for protein single crystals on the oscillation camera with time decaying incident-beam intensity and variable-wavelength synchrotron X-radiation
  237. Synchrotron X-radiation protein crystallography: instrumentation, methods and applications
  238. Central data collection facility for protein crystallography, small angle diffraction and scattering at the Daresbury Laboratory Synchrotron Radiation Source (SRS), England
  239. The use of electronic area detectors for synchrotron X-radiation protein crystallography with particular reference to the Daresbury SRS
  240. A 2D MWPC area detector for use with synchrotron X-radiation at the Daresbury laboratory for small angle diffraction and scattering
  241. Optimized anomalous dispersion in crystallography: a synchrotron X-ray polychromatic simultaneous profile method
  242. Binding of Coenzyme and Substrate and Coenzyme Analogues to 6-Phosphogluconate Dehydrogenase from Sheep Liver. An X-Ray Study at 0.6-nm Resolution
  243. Structure of 6-phosphogluconate dehydrogenase from sheep liver at 6 Å resolution
  244. Unravelling the Chemical Basis of the Bathochromic Shift of the Lobster Carapace Carotenoprotein Crustacyanin
  245. Carotenoid-Protein Interactions