Macromolecular crystallography (MX) is a method
for determining the structures of proteins, viruses
and nucleic acids (RNA and DNA) from X-ray
MX experiments under pressure in diamond anvil cell (DAC)
High pressure is a tool that can be used to alter the equilibrium population of molecular conformations and associations, both in crystals and in solutions.
Serial crystallography is a method for obtaining structural information on an atomic level of a protein, without the need for large protein crystals.