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Heavy Atom Screens

Heavy Atom Screens
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Applications
Heavy atoms for multiple isomorphous replacement
Features
Convenient sets of popular heavy atoms
Each kit include a heavy atom tutorial and formulation guide
Description
A Heavy Atom Screen kit provides 50 mg of each heavy atom in an o-ring screw cap micro tube. This convenient format provides sufficient material for the preparation of numerous (15 x 100 mM or 1,500 x 1 mM) small volume (0.1 ml) fresh stock solutions of heavy atoms. The quantity is sufficient for screening and derivatization but avoids the problem of storing large quantities of of heavy atoms. Individual heavy atoms from each kit are available in larger quantities on a special order basis for researchers requiring larger amounts of material.
CAT NO NAME DESCRIPTION
HR2-442 Heavy Atom Screen Pt 50 mg, tube format
Price Quantity
$527.00
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HR2-444 Heavy Atom Screen Au 50 mg, tube format
Price Quantity
$362.00
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HR2-446 Heavy Atom Screen Hg 50 mg, tube format
Price Quantity
$402.00
CAT NO NAME DESCRIPTION
HR2-448 Heavy Atom Screen M1 50 mg, tube format
Price Quantity
$440.00
CAT NO NAME DESCRIPTION
HR2-450 Heavy Atom Screen M2 50 mg, tube format
Price Quantity
$415.00
References
1.Towards a rational approach for heavy-atom derivative screening in protein crystallography. Johnson Agniswamy, M. Gordon Joyce, Carl H. Hammer, and Peter D. Sun. Acta Cryst. (2008) D64, 354-367.
2.Heavy-atom derivatization. Elspeth Garman and James W. Murray, Acta Cryst. (2003). D59, 1903-1913.
3.Screening for phasing atoms in protein crystallography. Titus J Boggon and Lawrence Shapiro. Structure 2000, Vol 8 No 7, 143-149.
4. Generating isomorphous heavy-atom derivatives by a quick-soak method. Part II: phasing of new structures. Acta Crystallogr D Biol Crystallogr. 2002 Jul;58(Pt 7):1099-103. Epub 2002 Jun 20. Sun PD, Radaev S.
5.Generating isomorphous heavy-atom derivatives by a quick-soak method. Part I: test cases. Acta Crystallogr D Biol Crystallogr. 2002 Jul;58(Pt 7):1092-8. Epub 2002 Jun 20. Sun PD, Radaev S, Kattah M.
6.Preparation of isomorphous heavy-atom derivatives. Methods Enzymol. 1985;114:147-56. Petsko GA. PMID: 4079763
7.An overview of heavy-atom derivatization of protein crystals. A. C. W. Pike, E. F. Garman, T. Krojer, F. von Delft & E. P. Carpenter (2016). Acta Cryst. D72, 303-318.
8.Fluorescence Detection of Heavy Atom Labeling (FD-HAL): a rapid method for identifying covalently modified cysteine residues by phasing atoms.Chaptal V, Ujwal R, Nie Y, Watanabe A, Kwon S, Abramson J. J Struct Biol. 2010 Jul;171(1):82-7.
9.A rapid and rational approach to generating isomorphous heavy-atom phasing derivatives. Lu J, Sun PD. FEBS J. 2014 Sep;281(18):4021-8.
10.A rational approach to heavy-atom derivative screening. Joyce MG, Radaev S, Sun PD. Acta Crystallogr D Biol Crystallogr. 2010 Apr;66(Pt 4):358-65.
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