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Last Updated: 07/02/2021
The Structural Biology Resource Center (SBRC) is home to state-of-the-art X-ray and liquid handling equipment for the determination of the three-dimensional structures of biological macromolecules. The Center houses the Rigaku/MSC microMax 007HF generator equipped with Varimax optics that can be adjusted for small samples (300 micron), X-stream cryosystems and two RaxisIV++ detectors. The center also has a UVEX (Jan Scientific) microscope for identifying protein crystals of any size and two liquid handlers, the Formulator (Formulatrix) for mixing stock solutions and the Phoenix (Art Robbins) for setting up trays.
Based on availability, scientists from external not-for-profit research institutions may access the services of the Center. Fees for non-Rockefeller use of the instrumentation are listed on our website.
Services are offerred outside of Rockefeller University
Consulting is offerred outside of Rockefeller University