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Figure 2
(a) MX1 sample environment showing the fluorescence detector (FD), the rotation axis (RA), the cryojet (CJ) and illuminated back-stop (BS) projecting in from the bottom left, the sample light projecting in from the left middle (SL), and the UV laser for radiation-induced phasing (UV) projecting in from the top left. (b) Stick representation of a supramolecular assembly (Duriska et al., 2009aBB5,bBB6). The gold sphere is used to illustrate the void space and does not represent a real feature. (c) Orthogonal views of the B:C component complex (4IGL) of the bacterial ABC toxin. The C component is shown in red and the B component in grey. (d) View of a fragment bound to bovine trypsin (4AB9). Electron density around the fragment is show contoured at 1σ.

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