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Figure 3
The effect of dehydration on the properties of afamin crystals. (a) The increase in diffraction quality upon dehydration of an afamin crystal. The measures of quality used are the number of Bragg spots (black), the total integrated intensity above background (blue) and the Dozor score, which is based on the radial intensity over background noise (red). The diffraction-quality indicators increase dramatically around 86% relative humidity (RH). The inset shows a histogram of the unit-cell volumes of the afamin crystal forms (M, monoclinic; O, orthorhombic dehydrated; G, Gd-DO3A–afamin complex). (b) The decrease in the a cell dimension and the mosaic spread on decreasing the RH.

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