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    Jena Bioscience xtaltool
    ( a ) SSX raster scan set up at BioMAX. A silicon nitride membrane is mounted on the goniometer head [see panel ( d ]. ( b ) Setup for SSX using <t>XtalTool</t> and a humidifier. ( c ) Crystals grown on a 24-well VDX-plate using XtalTool. ( d ) Omega goniometer head with mounted silicon nitride membrane sandwich. ( e ) 10 µm-sized crystals distributed on silicon nitride membranes.
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    ( a ) SSX raster scan set up at BioMAX. A silicon nitride membrane is mounted on the goniometer head [see panel ( d ]. ( b ) Setup for SSX using XtalTool and a humidifier. ( c ) Crystals grown on a 24-well VDX-plate using XtalTool. ( d ) Omega goniometer head with mounted silicon nitride membrane sandwich. ( e ) 10 µm-sized crystals distributed on silicon nitride membranes.

    Journal: Journal of Synchrotron Radiation

    Article Title: Current status and future opportunities for serial crystallography at MAX IV Laboratory

    doi: 10.1107/S1600577520008735

    Figure Lengend Snippet: ( a ) SSX raster scan set up at BioMAX. A silicon nitride membrane is mounted on the goniometer head [see panel ( d ]. ( b ) Setup for SSX using XtalTool and a humidifier. ( c ) Crystals grown on a 24-well VDX-plate using XtalTool. ( d ) Omega goniometer head with mounted silicon nitride membrane sandwich. ( e ) 10 µm-sized crystals distributed on silicon nitride membranes.

    Article Snippet: Within this work, the possibilities to perform SSX at BioMAX, the first macromolecular crystallography beamline at MAX IV Laboratory in Lund, Sweden, are described, together with case studies from the SSX user program: an implementation of a high-viscosity extrusion injector to perform room temperature serial crystallography at BioMAX using two solid supports – silicon nitride membranes (Silson, UK) and XtalTool (Jena Bioscience, Germany).

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