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Figure 3
A comparison of electron-density maps for measurements made by the IMISX method at room temperature (a, c, e) and by the conventional method using harvested crystals at 100 K (b, d, f) for lysozyme (a, b), PepTSt (c, d) and AlgE (e, f). Residues Asn46–Gly54, Val88–Leu102 and Gly222–Asp229 are shown for lysozyme, PepTSt and AlgE, respectively. The 2FoFc maps are shown as blue meshes contoured at 1σ. The resolution of the corresponding data are 1.8, 2.8 and 2.8 Å for lysozyme, PepTSt and AlgE at room temperature, respectively. At 100 K, the corresponding resolution values are 1.8, 2.3 and 2.9 Å, respectively. Stick models show N atoms (blue), O atoms (red) and C atoms (pink at room temperature, light blue at 100 K).

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