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Help Conquer Cancer uses image filtering techniques on photographs from high-throughput crystallisation experiments to improve the results of X-ray crystallography. This will help scientists understand the structure of proteins, which in turn will help to improve their understanding of cancer initiation, progression and treatment.

Related research Edit

Snell, E. H.; Luft, J. R.; Potter, S. A.; Lauricella, A. M.; Gulde, S. M.; et al. (2008),
"Establishing a training set through the visual analysis of crystallization trials. Part I: approximately 150,000 images",
Acta Crystallographica D64 (11): 1123-1130, doi:10.1107/S0907444908028047

Snell, E. H.; Lauricella, A. M.; Potter, S. A.; Luft, J. R.; Gulde, S. M.; et al. (2008),
"Establishing a training set through the visual analysis of crystallization trials part II: Crystal examples",
Acta Crystallographica D64 (11): 1131-1137, doi:10.1107/S0907444908028059

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Help Conquer Cancer

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November 6, 2007
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Software version
6.06

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