Cryo-EM reconstruction

Cryo-EM reconstruction

CryoEM reconstruction of the TcdA1  prepore toxin complex from Photorhabdus luminescens  at a resolution of 6.3 Å acqired by TemCam Camera F816. (C. Gatsogiannis et al., Nature, 495 , 520-523, (2013))

Cryo-EM reconstruction

Cryo-EM reconstruction

of the Rigor Actin-Tropomyosin-Myosin Complex at 8 Å resolution. Right: Fit of pseudoatomic model into the electron density map of the ATM complex is shown. Left: Subarea of an unprocessed image of the vitrified sample recorded at a defocus of 1 µm (scale bar 50 nm). Data was acquired on the TemCam-F816 (for reference see Behrmann et al., Cell, 2012).

Cryo-EM reconstruction

Cryo-EM reconstruction

of the 26S proteasome complex from Saccharomyces cerevisiae at 7.4 Å resolution. Data was acquired on the TemCam-F816 (for reference see Beck & Unverdorben et al., PNAS, 2012).  

Cryo-EM reconstruction

Cryo-EM reconstruction

of an archeal 70S ribosome at 6.6 Å resolution. Data was acquired with EM-SPC on the TemCam-F416 (for reference see Becker et al., Nature, 2012).

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