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A simple pressure cell is described that may be used to bind xenon to protein crystals freely suspended in thin films which may then be flash-cooled, thus immobilizing the bound xenon. As an example, the use of the cell in the structure determination of perchloric-acid-soluble protein, by the multiple isomorphous replacement method, is described.
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