Macromolecular X-Ray Crystallography
The Macromolecular X-ray Core Facility is available for use by individuals at the medical school trained in X-ray crystallography. The director of the facility is Dr. Ya Ha, and the facility is run by the Associate Director, Dr. James W. Murphy. Medical school users may schedule the use of any instrument by clicking the "Online Scheduling" menu above. Please adhere to the user policies described there. There is a limited amount of machine time available for use by non-Medical School users.
For questions and/or training contact:
Dr. James W. Murphy, Associate Director
The X-ray Crystallography Facility is a Yale University School of Medicine core facility. The purpose of the X-ray crystallography core facility is to provide equipment, training, assistance, and technological innovations for determining three-dimensional structures of proteins and other macromolecules. The facility is dedicated to X-ray diffraction and crystallographic studies and utilizes state of the art technology to understand the structural basis for biological function. Potential users should meet with facility staff to discuss their individual projects.
Consultations or collaborations on macromolecular crystallization, X-ray characterization of crystals, processing and quality analysis of data, structure determination, molecular modeling, molecular docking and structure visualization, and analysis are also available. The core also provides a resource for training, education and consultation in X-ray crystallography techniques.
Please click on the instruments tab to view what is available.
The X-Ray Lab is located at:
Yale School of Medicine
Sterling Hall of Medicine, Room IE-45
333 Cedar St., New Haven, CT 06520
Phone: (203) 737-5574