Protein Crystallography Laboratory

The Protein Crystallography Laboratory is part of the suite of Neutron Scattering Division biology laboratories in the SNS Central Laboratory and Office Building. The Protein Crystallography Lab offers users a unique capability to perform room- and cryogenic X-ray diffraction data collection from biomacromolecular crystals, data analysis and visualization. This laboratory contains a Rigaku HighFlux HomeLab X-ray diffractometer equipped with an Oxford cryo-stream setup, a Zeiss microscope for crystal manipulation and mounting. The laboratory also houses a Rigaku BioSAXS-2000 small-angle X-ray scattering instrument equipped with an automated sample changer to perform small-angle X-ray scattering experiments by users of the SANS beamlines and the SNS and HFIR. This lab offers training for and is available to all staff and users on the X-ray diffractometer forlong-term experiments.

Key Information

Central Laboratory and Office Building (8600), F-203
Access Requirements:

Scientific Laboratory Access Training for Neutron Sciences Users and Instrument-Specific Training
All work requires lab space manager approval

Lab Space Manager: