Welcome to the home page of the Biological Crystallography Facility at the NSRRC (BioNSRRC). Biological Crystallography is a technique that can determinate the 3D molecular structures of biological macromolecules from their single crystals. The goal of BioNSRRC is to provide users with a sophisticated research facility, including a full complement of instrumentation, software, and support for high-throughput data collection and processing. We also provide professional discussions and substantial user support; therefore both experienced and non-experienced users are all welcome to use this facility. Worldwide researchers can access to this facility through the NSRRC proposal submitting procedure.
The first de-novo structure solved at BioNSRRC on 2001
The first protein structure selected as the Research Highlights of 2008 by NIH, USA
The first membrane protein structure solved at BioNSRRC on 2009
Human topoisomerase IIbeta in complex with DNA and etoposide solved at BioNSRRC on 2011
Membrane embedded H1-translocating pyrophosphatase solved at BioNSRRC on 2012
Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan, ROC
National Core Facility Program for Biotechnology