X-rays and the Atomic World of Proteins
Special | 1h 1m 11s
Basudeb Bhattacharyya, Research Scientist, Department of Biochemistry, UW-Madison, explains how structural biology uses x-rays and high energy magnetic fields as “microscopes” to look at protein atoms-- which are about 1/100,000th the size of a grain of salt.
Aired: 05/20/14Video has closed captioning.
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