Welcome to the Structural Biology Facility!
We specialise in the research into the structures of proteins and other large macromolecules with a strong focus on the technique of X-ray crystallography.
We are located in the Biosciences North D26 building.
We host a number of instruments to assist in determining the structural features of macro-molecules.
Our facility has three key research areas:
allowing the high through-put preparation of crystallization trays using a number of liquid handlers and robotic imaging.
for the study of single macromolecular crystals.
including protein folding, secondary structure, chemical stability.
So, if you are new to structural biology and want to find out about your favourite protein or are a seasoned X-ray protein crystallographer we have infrastructure that could help. Please contact us for a tour (see About us for details on using the facility).
A list of all the Instruments available for booking within the facility is available here
Some of the Instrumentation in the SBF was acquired (in whole or in part) with the support of Australian Research Council Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities Grant: ARC LIEF 190100165.
REFERENCING AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
We ask that the SBF be acknowledged in all publications and communications which result from access to our facilities and expertise. This information is required for reporting to funding bodies and provides a means of measuring our impact and is essential for the SBF’s continued support and expansion of its capabilities.
We suggest using the the following form of acknowledgement for the facility:
- The authors acknowledge use of facilities in the Structural Biology Facility within the Mark Wainwright Analytical Centre– UNSW, funded in part by the Australian Research Council Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities Grant: ARC LIEF 190100165.