EMBL Hamburg Biological
Small Angle Scattering

Sample preparation and characterization around SAXS

Rob Meijers

EMBL Hamburg, Germany

The quality of the sample used in SAXS very much determines the results of the measurements, and it is important to measure aggregation state and purity. Ideally, this should be done just before the SAXS measurement, and the latest developments in this area will be presented. The quality control measures not only help to check the state of the sample, but can also contribute to the interpretation of the SAXS data. The talk will hopefully trigger a discussion on the types of quality control that are necessary and which complementary techniques are most useful.

Date/time: Thursday, 18 October 2012, 10:00

  Last modified: September 21, 2012

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