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Wyatt Customer to Win Nobel Prize in Chemistry

Wyatt Technology congratulates its customer, Dr. Joachim Frank of Columbia University on sharing the Nobel Prize in Chemistry today with Jacques Dubochet and Richard Henderson. We are delighted to see their work developing cryo-electron microscopy recognized for its use in high-resolution structure determination of biomolecules in solution. Some of Professor Frank’s publications using our DAWN, Optilab and NanoStar instruments may be found in our Bibliography. Here is a recently published paper in Science;
Y. Chen, O. B. Clarke, J. Kim, S. Stowe, Y.-K. Kim, Z. Assur, M. Cavalier, R. Godoy-Ruiz, D. C. von Alpen, C. Manzini, W. S. Blaner, J. Frank, L. Quadro, D. J. Weber, et al.. Structure of the STRA6 receptor for retinol uptake. Science 2016 353(6302).

This is just a sample of the many peer-reviewed articles utilizing Wyatt instruments that may be found by searching our online Bibliography.

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