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This paper describes the study of the effects of radiation damage on the quality of data collected from a protein crystal at 100 K. It is shown that radiation damage causes measurable effects in the diffraction pattern. This implies that, even at liquid nitrogen temperatures, there is a limit to the size of a crystal from which a complete data set can be collected.
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