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The Center for Advanced Microstructures and Devices

is located at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

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The Center for Advanced Microstructures and Devices (CAMD) is a second generation source, operational since 1992, at Louisiana State University (LSU).


Beamlines (xtal) StatusExperimentsWavelength (Å)
GCPCC operationalMAD, MONOCHROMATIC0.69 - 1.77

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About Structural Biology at CAMD

GCPCC_Banner.gif Gulf Coast Protein Crystallography Consortium (GCPCC)
The purpose of the Gulf Coast Consortium for Protein Crystallography is to foster excellent cross-disciplinary research and education in the field of protein crystallography. The GCC for Protein Crystallography maintains an X-ray beamline at the Louisiana State University synchrotron that is a key resource for modern crystallography in the Gulf Coast Area. The GCPCC beamline serves as a regional research and training facility. It will accelerate the solution of new structures by providing improved access to a MAD capable synchrotron radiation beamline. Consortium Institutions: Louisiana State University, Rice University, University of Texas Medical Branch, Baylor College of Medicine, Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, University of Texas - Austin, University of Houston, Texas A & M University