Something old, something new. So much good stuff from the past that still applies today.  And more good stuff from recent publications.

Something old... 

Current approaches to macromolecular crystallization. Alexander McPherson. European Journal of Biochemistry, Volume 189, Issue 1, April 1990, pages 1-23.

A brief history of protein crystal growth. Alexander McPherson. Journal of Crystal Growth, Volume 110, Issues 1-2, March 1991, pages 1-10.

Experiences with HANGMAN: a macromolecular hanging drop vapor diffusion technique. Joseph R. Luft, Vivian Cody and George T. DeTitta. Journal of Crystal Growth, Volume 122, Issues 1-4, August 2, 1992, pages 181-185.

Crystallization of old yellow enzyme illustrates an effective strategy for increasing protein crystal size. Kristin M. Fox and Andrew Karplus. Journal of Molecular Biology, Volume 234, Issue 2, November 20, 1993, pages 502-507.

A gentle vapor-diffusion technique for cross-linking protein crystals for cryocrystallography. Carol J. Lusty. Journal of Applied Crystallography, 1999, 32, pages 106-112. 

Something new...

Continuous crystallization as a downstream processing step of pharmaceutical proteins: A review. Siyu Pu and Kunn Hadinoto. Chemical Engineering Research and Design, Volume 160, August 2020, pages 89-104.

Matching pH values for antibody stabilization and crystallization suggest rationale for accelerated development of biotherapeutic drugs. Hanno Sjuts, Herman Schreuder, Christian K. Engel, Till Bussemer, and Yatin Gokarn. Drug Development Research, Volume 81, Issue 3, May 2020, pages 329-337.

Large crystal growth for neutron protein crystallography. Monika Budayova-Spanoa, Katarina Koruza, Zoë Fisher. Methods in Enzymology, Volume 634, 2020, pages 21-46.

Optimization of crystallization of biological macromolecules using dialysis combined with temperature control. N. Junius, E. Vahdatahar, E. Oksanen, J.-L. Ferrer and M. Budayova-Spano. Journal of Applied Crystallography, 53, 2020, pages 686-698.

Strategic Screening and Characterization of the Visual GPCR-mini-G Protein Signaling Complex for Successful Crystallization. Filip Pamula, Jonas Mühle, Alain Blanc, Rony Nehmé, Patricia C. Edwards, Christopher G. Tate, and Ching-Ju Tsai. J Vis Exp., 157, March 16, 2020.