Catalog JBScreen Family - JBScreen CryoJBScreen Family - JBScreen Cryo
JBScreen Classic   |   JBScreen Basic   |   JBScreen Membrane   |   JBScreen Kinase   |   JBScreen Nuc-Pro   |   JBScreen PEG/Salt   |   JBScreen Pentaerythritol   |   JBScreen Cryo   |   JBScreen PACT++   |   JBScreen JCSG++   |   Pi-minimal Screen   |   Pi-PEG Screen   |   JBScreen Wizard
JBScreen bulk & HTS
Crystal cryoprotection has become a fundamental method for studying biological macromolecules. In many cases cryoprotection is essential for obtaining a complete data set by overcoming the problem of radiation damage. Moreover, cryomethods allow crystallographers to work with smaller crystals, and cryocooled crystals can be stored indefinitely without losing diffraction quality.

Cryoprotectants provide a means to protect macromolecular crystals from the damaging effects of ice formation during the cryocooling process.

JBScreen Cryo is an advanced screen for cryo conditions. The four JBScreen Cryo kits contain the 96 most successful crystallization conditions proven to be suitable for cryo crystallography. Just like in the case of the JBScreen Classic, the formulations of JBScreen Cryo were determined by extensive data mining.

JBScreen Cryo is available in the standard 10 ml bulk format or in pre-filled 96-well deep well plates - JBScreen Cryo HTS.
JBScreen Cryo can be used for standard vapor diffusion setups to determine conditions suitable for cryo crystallography "from scratch" or to find a suitable cryo condition when crystals were grown with a standard (non-cryo) screen.

Individual Conditions of all screens are available in 10 ml as well as 100 ml volumes. Please follow this link.

Product Cat. No. Amount Price (EUR) Buy / Note Downloads
JBScreen Cryo 2 CC-104 24 solutions
(10 ml each)
150,00    Add this product to your notepad      
JBScreen Cryo 3 CC-105 24 solutions
(10 ml each)
150,00    Add this product to your notepad      
JBScreen Cryo 4 CC-106 24 solutions
(10 ml each)
150,00    Add this product to your notepad      

Selected Literature Citations of JBScreen Cryo

Fislage et al. (2011) Crystallization and preliminary X-ray crystallographic analysis of putative tRNA-modification enzymes from Pyrococcus furiosus and Thermus thermophilus. Acta Cryst. F 67(2):1432.

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