Beamline for Macromolecular Assemblies (SPring-8 BL44XU)
We are operating a synchrotron radiation beam line, BL44XU, at SPring-8 to collect diffraction data of biological macromolecular assembly crystals. The beamline is optimized to collect high-precision diffraction data.
SPring-8 is a third generation high-energy synchrotron radiation facility operated at 8 GeV. Undulator x-ray from the SPring-8 is high-brilliant with small divergency. It is suitable for data collection of poor diffractiong macromolecular assembly crystals with large unit cell.
VR tour for the Beamline is HERE.
SPring-8 Ring Bldg.
1-1- Kouto, Sayo-cho, Sayo-gun
Laboratory of Supramolecular Crystallography
Research Center for Structural and Functional Proteomics
Institute for Protein Research
3-2 Yamadaoka, Suita
e-mail: bladmin (@protein.osaka-u.ac.jp)