I'm reading about the use of x-ray crystallography to determine protein structure. According to my book, data is collected at 30-360 angles (dependent on the symmetry of the protein). An illustration ...
Considering that I have a diffraction pattern of a crystal, how would I calculate the resolution of a structure in Angstroms? How does that value differ from the information that I would get from the ...
In the diffraction pattern of a protein crystal what exactly determines the intensities of the spots?
What I have read is that the contents of the unit cell affect the intensities, but how? I am also unclear on why you need to know the symmetry of the unit cell, what is that used for? I understand ...
When I was investigating the differences between protein structures obtained by X-ray crystallography and NMR spectroscopy, I found the paper  compairing structures of several proteins resolved ...