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Beam line 14-1 is a bending magnet end station. It is dedicated for monochromatic, high-throughput macromolecular crystallography and optimized for SAD and MAD experiments. It can be run in a full remote access mode. It is equipped with a Rayonix MX325 CCD detector. For aditional information about the experimental capabilities, see http://smb.slac.stanford.edu/index.shtml.
Multi wavelength anomalous diffraction (MAD)
Single wavelength anomalous diffraction (SAD)
|Main Scientific Disciplines||
Structural Molecular Biology
|Beam Line Specifications|
Source Bending magnet, side station
See also: BioSync 14-1
Mirror: Flat bent collimating Rh coated mirror, toroidal focussing mirror
Monochromator: Si (111) double crystal
Detector: MARmosaic 325 CCD, sample to detector distance of 95-650 mm, maximum vertical offset: 60 mm
Goniometer: Huber Kappa diffractometer
Cryo Capability: Oxford Cryojet
Sample temperature: 100K - room temperature.
|Data Acquisition and Analysis||
The beam line control GUI Blu-ice is installed at all macromolecular crystallography beam lines. Web-ice provides an interface for diffraction image viewing and automated autoindex and data collection strategy calculation.
Other supported software installed on servers accessible from all the beam lines include mosflm, HKL2000 and XDS. MAD/SAD scripts, developed at SSRL, are also available to facilitate on-line structure solution. The graphics package COOT is installed on the local beam line computers.
|Beam Line Phone||
650-926-5141. Support cell phone: 650-307-4151
|Beam Line Contact|
Content Owner: N Stojanovic | Last updated: 04/22/2017