Test your knowledge of protein structure history

June 13, 2012 at 1:24 pm Leave a comment

Did you know that 3-D protein structures first emerged in England in 1958? How about the fact that structural work on hemoglobin started as early as 1937? Or the fact that the earliest form of cryoelectron microscopy was discovered in Germany in 1983?

Neither did I. In fact, there are tons of amazing facts about protein structure determination that I didn’t know. In the presentation “50 years of protein structure determination,” you will learn tons of interesting facts about the history of protein structure in a visually captivating web-based presentation. Click on the image below to learn more.

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