17th West Coast Protein Crystallography Workshop
 Instructions for Exhibitors
 
Exhibitors
   

ATTENDING EXHIBITORS

Current exhibitors signed up for the 2005 WCPCW:

Nextal
Nextal accompanies crystallographers from around the world by providing unique products for protein crystallization. With Nextal, you can choose the right format from the widest and most systematic screening platform prepared with the highest standards of quality.
www.nextalbiotech.com
Bruker AXS
Bruker AXS provides advanced X-ray systems and complete solutions for structure and elemental analysis using X-ray diffraction, X-ray crystallography and X-ray fluorescence techniques.
1-800-234-XRAY | www.bruker-axs.com
Hampton Research
Hampton Research addresses the needs of the crystallization community by developing and offering a complete range of technologies focused on biological macromolecular crystallization.
www.hamptonresearch.com
Fluidigm Corp
Fluidigm's TOPAZ™ system for protein crystallization dramatically increases the efficiency of the structure determination process. Fluidigm's system approach greatly reduces protein sample need per condition to < 1nl, and utilizes free interface diffusion kinetics to accelerate the discovery process. Automated image acquisition and crystal scoring maximizes ease of use.
www.fluidigm.com
Fluidigm Corp
Xenocs specializes in providing innovative solutions for the design, development and manufacture of multilayer EUV, X-ray and neutron optics.
www.xenocs.com
Mar USA, Inc
Mar USA, Inc. provides imaging X-ray detector systems for crystallography.
www.mar-usa.com
Rigaku MSC
Rigaku and its subsidiary companies are world leaders in the fields of X-ray spectrometry, X-ray diffraction, X-ray optics, as well as small molecule and protein crystallography.
www.RigakuMSC.com
TriTek
TriTek has invented and patented the next generation of computer-controlled optical microscopy products. TriTek is advancing the state of the art in microscopy.
www.tritekcorp.com
IUCr
The IUCr publishes eight primary research journals in structural science, including Acta Crystallographica Section D: Biological Crystallography and Section F: Structural Biology and Crystallization Communications, which together serve the protein crystallography community.
journals.iucr.org

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