Case study:
Effects of chameleon dispense-to-plunge speed on particle concentration, complex formation and final resolution from Talya Levitz from MIT

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Watch this case study by Talya Levitz from MIT utilizing chameleon to systematically study the effects of dispense-to-plunge time on complex denaturation and preferred orientation of a bacterial ribonucleotide reductase (RNR).

See how data from chameleon grids generates a cryo-EM structure at a resolution previously unattainable using a traditional blotting-based plunging technique and learn how this provides unique insight into a promising antibiotic drug target

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