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Figure 1
Reciprocal-space maps from experimental diffuse scattering. The diffuse scattering in diffraction images collected for (a) CypA, (b) AP and (c) WrpA was reconstructed into a reciprocal-space map for each system. These maps take the form of three-dimensional grids that are oversampled by a factor of three relative to the Miller indices along each lattice axis. Left: an example diffraction image from each data set. Right: central slices through reciprocal space are visualized for each unsymmetrized map in the top panels. The lower panels show these slices after symmetrization of Friedel- and Laue-equivalent voxels, followed by subtraction of the average radial intensity profile to highlight anisotropic features. For the symmetrized maps, the color scales do not span the entire range of voxel intensities; this saturates a subset of voxels but improves the overall contrast.

Volume 5| Part 2| March 2018| Pages 211-222
ISSN: 2052-2525