ESRF data: A regular in high impact factor journals


The quality of the ESRF's experimental facilities continues to be reflected in publications in journals with the highest impact factor. In the last two months, more than 10 papers based on data collected - in full, or in part - at the ESRF have appeared in either Nature or Science. This continued success in enabling world class science is the result of a combination of excellent beamlines, highly dedicated, motivated staff and the quality of the projects brought to the ESRF by its external User Community.

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The list of articles is:

Collective Lamb Shift in Single-Photon Superradiance.
R. Röhlsberger et al, Science, Vol. 328. no. 5983, pp. 1248 - 1251 (4 June 2010)


The architecture of respiratory complex I
R. G. Efremov et al, Nature 465, 441-445 (27 May 2010)

Recognition of a signal peptide by the signal recognition particle
C. Y. Janda et al, Nature 465, 507-510 (27 May 2010)


Polymorphism control of superconductivity and magnetism in Cs3C60 close to the Mott transition.
A.Y. Ganin et al., doi:10.1038/nature09120 (Published online 19 May 2010).

Self-assembly of spider silk proteins is controlled by a pH-sensitive relay
G.Askarieh et al, Nature 465, 236-238 (13 May 2010)

Light-Induced Structural Changes in a Photosynthetic Reaction Center Caught by Laue Diffraction.
A. B. Wöhri et al, Science, 328: 630-633 (30 April 2010)

Molecular Basis of Alternating Access Membrane Transport by the Sodium-Hydantoin Transporter Mhp1
T.Shimamura et al, Science, Vol. 328. no. 5977, pp. 470 - 473 (23 April 2010)

Substrate-enhanced supercooling in AuSi eutectic droplets.
T. U. Schülli et al, Nature 464, 1174-1177 (22 April 2010)

Transfer of carbohydrate-active enzymes from marine bacteria to Japanese gut microbiota
J-H. Hehemann et al, Nature 464, 908-912 (8 April 2010)

N-myristoyltransferase inhibitors as new leads to treat sleeping sickness
J. A. Frearsonet al. Nature 464, 728-732 (1 April 2010)

Shaping Development of Autophagy Inhibitors with the Structure of the Lipid Kinase Vps34.
S. Miller et al, Science, Vol. 327. no. 5973, pp. 1638 - 1642 (26 March 2010).


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