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How the structure of lysozyme was actually determined
Blake, C. C. F., Fenn, R. H., Johnson, L. N., Koenig, D. F., Mair, G. A., North, A. C. T., Oldham, J. W. H., Phillips, D. C., Poljak, R. J., Sarma, V. R. and Vernon, C. A.  International Tables for Crystallography (2012). Vol. F, ch. 25.1, pp. 845-872 [ doi:10.1107/97809553602060000899 ]
... explanation of the catalytic function of the enzyme and gave a vision of the explanatory power of structure for biological function. ... implemented in the measurements and in the data-processing software, a complete data set to 2 resolution was measured with remarkable ... favourable circumstances, reveal important biological information. All seemed set for a dramatic expansion in protein studies. At the Royal Institution ...

Binding studies of lysozyme with tri-N-acetyl-chitotriose, (GlcNAc)3, at 2 resolution
Blake, C. C. F., Fenn, R. H., Johnson, L. N., Koenig, D. F., Mair, G. A., North, A. C. T., Oldham, J. W. H., Phillips, D. C., Poljak, R. J., Sarma, V. R. and Vernon, C. A.  International Tables for Crystallography (2012). Vol. F, Section 25.1.4.4, pp. 867-868 [ doi:10.1107/97809553602060000899 ]
... the Royal Institution in July 1965. He brought with him a sample of tri-N-acetylchitotriose (Fig. 25.1.4.2), previously abbreviated as ... problem was overcome by soaking the crystals already mounted in a capillary tube. By 17 July 1965, a 6 map of the lysozyme-(GlcNAc)3 complex was ...
     [more results from section 25.1.4 in volume F]

Map interpretation and model building
Blake, C. C. F., Fenn, R. H., Johnson, L. N., Koenig, D. F., Mair, G. A., North, A. C. T., Oldham, J. W. H., Phillips, D. C., Poljak, R. J., Sarma, V. R. and Vernon, C. A.  International Tables for Crystallography (2012). Vol. F, Section 25.1.3.11, pp. 864-866 [ doi:10.1107/97809553602060000899 ]
... strongest feature in this part of the map corresponded to a disulfide bridge (C), in which the two sulfur atoms lie one above the other in the direction of the c axis. The first challenge was to identify this bridge. ...
     [more results from section 25.1.3 in volume F]

The electron-density map of lysozyme at 6 resolution
Blake, C. C. F., Fenn, R. H., Johnson, L. N., Koenig, D. F., Mair, G. A., North, A. C. T., Oldham, J. W. H., Phillips, D. C., Poljak, R. J., Sarma, V. R. and Vernon, C. A.  International Tables for Crystallography (2012). Vol. F, Section 25.1.2.8, pp. 853-854 [ doi:10.1107/97809553602060000899 ]
... distribution was calculated on the MERCURY computer, by means of a program written by Owen Mills that was in general use ... distribution in lysozyme at 6 resolution viewed parallel to the c axis. The horizontal and vertical lines represent the twofold rotation ... in studying this map was to determine the boundary of a single molecule. Comparison of the unit cells of various ...
     [more results from section 25.1.2 in volume F]

Introduction
Blake, C. C. F., Fenn, R. H., Johnson, L. N., Koenig, D. F., Mair, G. A., North, A. C. T., Oldham, J. W. H., Phillips, D. C., Poljak, R. J., Sarma, V. R. and Vernon, C. A.  International Tables for Crystallography (2012). Vol. F, Section 25.1.1, p. 845 [ doi:10.1107/97809553602060000899 ]
... favourable circumstances, reveal important biological information. All seemed set for a dramatic expansion in protein studies. At the Royal Institution in ... the structure (Watson et al., 1963), and we had begun a detailed study of irradiation damage in the myoglobin crystals (Blake ... haemoglobin work (Green et al., 1954), and ACTN had initiated a study of [beta]-lactoglobulin (Green et al., 1956) and ...

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