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  1. Structural Biology: Studying Living Things as They Jiggle and Wiggle

    Wednesday, June 29, 2016 | Presented by Seán McSweeney | 49:59

    Seán McSweeney begins the 515th Brookhaven Lecture with an introduction to proteins. He then explains how x-rays from NSLS-II can provide new capabilities to study proteins—as they jiggle and wiggle—to learn more about them, including their remarkable roles in repairing damaged DNA.   Lecture Announcement

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