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Figure 2
Example of a congested spot pattern. Neutron Laue crystal diffraction pattern simulation from a concanavalin A–glucoside complex. Crystal space group I213, a = 167.8 Å. The pattern is colour coded for wavelength [red, long wavelength, 3.8 Å through the rainbow colours to blue, short wavelength, 2.8 Å; these are the typical experimental conditions in use at the Institut Laue Langevin Laue Diffractometer (LADI) for biological crystallography]. At the far left and far right of this pattern then is the `full back-scattering position' neutron reflection data. This is the largest at 50 kDa protein in the asymmeric unit studied so far with neutrons (Gilboa et al., 2001BB32). A colour version of this figure is available in the online edition of the journal.

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