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Commercial Protein Crystallization Factory - 2: Producing Protein Crystals with Highly Refined Crystal Structure for the Development of New-Generation Medicines (CPCF-2)


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Experiment Overview

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Brief Summary

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Principal Investigator(s)

  • Yu T. Kalinin, Russia
  • Co-Investigator(s)/Collaborator(s)

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    Sponsoring Space Agency

    Russian Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos)

    Sponsoring Organization

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    Research Benefits

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    ISS Expedition Duration

    March 2001 - August 2001

    Expeditions Assigned


    Previous ISS Missions

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    Experiment Description

    Research Overview

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    Producing protein crystal with a highly refined crystal structure.

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    Space Applications

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    Earth Applications

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    Operational Requirements

    Kriogem-03M, Thermal insulating return container with cold accumulator TVK-M, Module CPCF, Activation devices.

    Operational Protocols

    Producing high-quality protein monocrystals required for ground-based X-ray analysis with high resolution.

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    Results/More Information

    X-ray analysis data of protein crystals will be used to develop new-generation medicines.

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    Related Websites
  • Energia - Science Research on the ISS Russian Segment
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