This text consists of four parts. Parts 1 and 2 include an introduction as well as general principles and techniques in membrane protein crystallization. This is followed by chapters covering the use of detergents, crystallization in lipidic cubic phases, the use and generation of antibody fragments, porin as a model, and crystallization of membrane proteins in oils. Part 3 focuses on specific examples of membrane proteins whose structures have been solved. Part 4 covers the design of a kit for membrane protein crystallization.