Structural Genomics of Minimal Organisms and Protein Fold Space
Protein Production and Crystallization at the Joint Center for Structural Genomics
Structural Genomics of Eukaryotic Targets at a Laboratory Scale
Methods and Results for Semi-automated Cloning Using Integrated Robotics
Incorporation of Selenomethionine into Induced Intracytoplasmic Membrane Proteins of Rhodobacter species
Enhanced Expression and Purification of Membrane Proteins by SUMO Fusion in Escherichia coli
Recent Advances in GFP Folding Reporter and Split-GFP Solubility Reporter Technologies. Application to Improving the Folding and Solubility of Recalcitrant Proteins from Mycobacterium tuberculosis
Salvaging Pyrococcus furiosus Protein Targets at SECSG
High-throughput Limited Proteolysis/Mass Spectrometry for Protein Domain Elucidation
High-throughput Protein Production for X-ray Crystallography and Use of Size Exclusion Chromatography to Validate or Refute Computational Biological Unit Predictions
High-throughput Purification and Quality Assurance of Arabidopsis thaliana Proteins for Eukaryotic Structural Genomics
Comparison of Small- and Large-scale Expression of Selected Pyrococcus furiosus Genes as an Aid to High-throughput Protein Production
Large-scale Expression and Purification of a G-protein-coupled Receptor for Structure Determination – An Overview
Large-scale Transient Transfection of Mammalian Cells
Rapid Isolation of Single-chain Antibodies for Structural Genomics
SOn-column Protein Refolding for Crystallization
Designing a High Throughput Refolding Array Using a Combination of the GroEL Chaperonin and Osmolytes
InsectDirectTM System
Automatic Classification and Pattern Discovery in High-throughput Protein Crystallization Trials
Spectroscopic Imaging of Protein Crystals in Crystallization Drops
Shotgun Crystallization Strategy for Structural Genomics II
Problems in Obtaining Diffraction-quality Crystals of Hetero-oligomeric Integral Membrane Proteins
New York-Structural GenomiX Research Consortium (NYSGXRC)
Protein Production and Crystallization at SECSG – An Overview