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Crystallographer Collaborators?

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Old 10-09-2009, 12:45 AM
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I am an MD/PhD student in my last year of medical school and have some time allotted for research. I was wondering if there are any crystallographers out there who might be interested in collaborating with me?

I perform Raman difference spectroscopy on single protein crystals - this is ideal for examining chemical reactions inside single protein crystals or looking at the mode of binding to an enzyme or protein from the 'ligands' perspective.

My work is available on PubMed at Kalp M.

The data that results from this technique is usually quite novel and quite publishable. If you think you might have a system that would lend itself to this technique, contact me at [Only registered users see links. ]

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