Ellis MJ, Hebert H (2001) Structure analysis of soluble proteins using electron crystallography. Micron 32:541–550
Electron crystallography as a structural determination technique has grown dramatically in use over recent years. Improvements in microscopes, equipment, practical techniques, computation facilities and image processing methods are reflected in the increasing number of near-atomic resolution structures that have been published.In this review we shall summarize the techniques involved in structure determination of soluble proteins using electron crystallography. Many soluble protein structures have been investigated in this manner over the past two decades. Here we present several examples where a variety of approaches have been used to gradually increase the information obtained.
Review, electron crystallography