In this way they were able to structure using a technique called X-ray to determine crystallography. This technique allows scientists to determine the three dimensional structure of proteins and other biomolecules through the scattering of X-rays through a crystal of the molecule. They substantiated their structure with cryo-electron microscopy, in these structures. Of tiny frozen structures with an extremely powerful electron microscope does.
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