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Best Practices at the National Center for CryoEM Access and Training

  • Edward T. Eng (a1), William J. Rice (a1), Anchi Cheng (a1), Bridget Carragher (a1) (a2) and Clinton S. Potter (a1) (a2)...
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[1]Earl, LA et al. , Current Opinion in Structural Biology 46 (2017), p. 71.
[2]Suloway, C et al. , Journal of Structural Biology 159 (2007), p. 335.
[3]Cheng, A et al. , Journal of Structural Biology 204 (2018), p. 270.
[4]Razinkov, I et al. , Journal of Structural Biology 195 (2016), p. 190.
[5]Dandey, VP et al. , Journal of Structural Biology 202 (2018), p. 161.
[6]Wei, H et al. , Journal of Structural Biology 202 (2018), p. 170.
[7]Noble, AJ et al. , Nature Methods 10 (2018), p. 793.
[8]Rice, WJ et al. , Journal of Structural Biology 204 (2018), p. 38.
[9]This work was performed at the National Center for CryoEM Access and Training (NCCAT) and the Simons Electron Microscopy Center located at the New York Structural Biology Center, supported by the NIH Common Fund Transformative High Resolution Cryo-Electron Microscopy program (U24 GM129539), and by grants from the Simons Foundation (SF349247) and NY State.

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