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A determination has been made of the glycerol concentration required to form an amorphous glass at 100 K with each of the 50 Crystal Screen I Solutions (Hampton Research, Laguna Hills, California, USA) which form a coarse matrix screen of crystallization conditions for macromolecules. These measurements give a starting point for finding suitable cryoprotectant conditions for protein crystals grown in a wide range of mother liquors.

Original publication




Journal article


Journal of Applied Crystallography

Publication Date



29 PART 5


584 - 587