The basic idea behind small angle X-ray solution scattering is simple: shine a beam of X-rays on a droplet of protein solution and measure how much the rays get deflected.

The basic idea behind small angle X-ray solution scattering is simple: shine a beam of X-rays on a droplet of protein solution and measure how much the rays get deflected.

The basic idea behind small angle X-ray solution scattering is simple: shine a beam of X-rays on a droplet of protein solution and measure how much the rays get deflected.

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MacCHESS is the home of the widely-used BioSAXS data analysis package RAW. The program is free, open-source, and runs on Mac, Windows, and Linux.

Almost all BioSAXS at MacCHESS is done on G1 station, except during the annual BioSAXS Essentials course when we also use F1 station.

We strongly recommend reading these recently published guidelines:

More journals and reviewers are insisting that BioSAXS data be deposited in a central database.