Latest Publications

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Barends, T. R. M.; Foucar, L.; Ardevol, A.; Nass, K.; Aquila, A.; Botha, S.; Doak, R. B.; Falahati, K.; Hartmann, E.; Hilpert, M. et al.; Heinz, M.; Hoffmann, M. C.; Köfinger, J.; Koglin, J. E.; Kovácsová, G.; Liang, M.; Milathianaki, D.; Lemke, H.; Reinstein, J.; Roome, C. M.; Shoeman, R. L.; Williams, G. J.; Burghardt, I.; Hummer, G.; Boutet, S.; Schlichting, I.:
Direct observation of ultrafast collective motions in CO myoglobin upon ligand dissociation.
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Preuss, S. J.; Trivedi, C.; vom Berg-Maurer, C.; Ryu, S.; Bollmann, J. H.:
Classification of object size in retinotectal microcircuits.
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Kupitz, C.; Basu, S.; Grotjohann, I.; Fromme, R.; Zatsepin, N. A.; Rendek, K. N.; Hunter, M. S.; Shoeman, R. L.; White, T. A.; Wang, D. et al.; James, D.; Yang, J.-H.; Cobb, D. E.; Reeder, B.; Sierra, R. G.; Liu, H.; Barty, A.; Aquila, A. L.; Deponte, D.; Kirian, R. A.; Bari, S.; Bergkamp, J. J.; Beyerlein, K. R.; Bogan, M. J.; Caleman, C.; Chao, T.-C.; Conrad, C. E.; Davis, K. M.; Fleckenstein, H.; Galli, L.; Hau-Riege, S. P.; Kassemeyer, S.; Laksmono, H.; Liang, M.; Lomb, L.; Marchesini, S.; Martin, A. V.; Messerschmidt, M.; Milathianaki, D.; Nass, K.; Ros, A.; Roy-Chowdhury, S.; Schmidt, K.; Seibert, M.; Steinbrener, J.; Stellato, F.; Yan, L.; Yoon, C.; Moore, T. A.; Moore, A. L.; Pushkar, Y.; Williams, G. J.; Boutet, S.; Doak, R. B.; Weierstall, U.; Frank, M.; Chapman, H. N.; Spence, J. C. H.; Fromme, P.:
Serial time-resolved crystallography of photosystem II using a femtosecond X-ray laser.
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Barends, T. R.M.; Foucar, L.; Botha, S.; Doak, B.; Shoeman, R. L.; Nass, K.; Koglin, J. E.; Williams, G. J.; Boutet, S.; Messerschmidt, M. et al.; Schlichting, I.:
De novo protein crystal structure determination from X-ray free-electron laser data.

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At the MPI for Medical Research, physicists, chemists and biologists create knowledge of long-term relevance to basic medical science. With the arrival of three new directors in 2015/16, the institute has a new unifying theme: observing and controlling the vastly complex macromolecular interactions in the context of cells - both in health and disease. The presently four departments contribute to this goal through their complementary expertise: optical microscopy with nanometer resolution (Stefan Hell), the design of chemical reporter molecules (Kai Johnsson), macromolecular structure determination (Ilme Schlichting), cellular, materials and biophysical sciences  (Joachim Spatz). The institute has a distinguished history of fundamental breakthroughs, evidenced by six Nobel Prizes awarded to its researchers since its foundation. [more]

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