The BioSAXS beamline is a highly automated beamline dedicated to the study of proteins, macromolecular complexes, viruses etc., in solution. Samples can be investigated under various conditions (temperature, buffer, pH, kinetics) in a high-throughput manner or a HPLC unit can be used for in-situ (online) purification.
- Life Sciences
- Structural biology
SAXS - small-angle X-ray scattering
- Minimum (H x V) : 50.0
Maximum (H x V) : 2.0
- Quartz capillary as a part of automated sample changer allowing temperature variations (from 4 to 60°C)
- HPLC (high performance liquid chromatography) system can be used in parallel with sample changer
Pernot P., Theveneau P., Giraud T., Nogueira Fernandes R., Nurizzo D., Spruce D., Surr J., McSweeney S., Round A., Felisaz F., Foedinger L., Gobbo A., Huet J., Villard C. and Cipriani F., "New beamline dedicated to solution scattering from biological macromolecules at the ESRF", Journal of Physics: Conference Series 247 (2010) 012009-1-012009-8.