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Crystal Morphology

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Default Crystal Morphology



I have been able to obtain large crystals of a protein complex but the crystals are very flat and look like granite. I have been told that the crystal dimensions are not optimal. Thus I am looking for additives or screens that would be help change the morphology of these crystals to a form more amendable to diffract. Does anyone have suggestions?
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