e-HTPX, E-Science Resource for High Throughput Protein Crystallography
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e-HTPX

An easy-to-use resource for protein crystallographic structure determination.

The aim is to unify the procedures of protein structure determination into a single all encompassing interface from which users can initiate, plan, direct and document their experiment either locally or remotely from a desktop computer.
The developments will be initially built around the facilities associated with the SRS at Daresbury Laboratory, BM14 at the ESRF, the CCP4 project and York University Structural Biology Laboratory, the existing e-science infrastructure, the European Bioinformatics Institute and the Oxford protein production facility.
Others involved in specific aspects of the project include Structural Medicine, Cambridge and the Computer Science Department, Cardiff University.
This brings together the key UK players in high-throughput protein crystallography (HTPX) and e-science.
However, the intention is to develop a comprehensive resource for the whole of the UK and in particular one that is transferable to the new UK synchrotron, Diamond. To ensure close integration with the UK community we have links with the BBSRC Centres in structural biology, which will act as test sites for these developments.


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page created 26/06/2002
updated 13/09/2002

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