Experiments Abating Radiation Damage with Cryogenic Helium
Leif Hanson
UT/ORNL Genome Science and Technology

Thermal Heating of Biological Crystals Subjected to X-ray Beams of High Flux Density: Theoretical Modeling and Analysis
Michael Kazmierczak
Department of Mechanical, Industrial, and Nuclear Engineering, University of Cincinnati,

Structural Radiation Damage Seen at Atomic Resolution - Broken Disulfide Bonds
Sean M. McSweeney

Investigation of Possible Free Radical Scavengers
James Murray
Department of Biochemistry, University of Oxford

Review of Dose Limits and Consequences for Protein Microcrystals
Colin Nave
CLRC Daresbury Laboratory

Physical and Chemical Considerations of Damage Induced in Protein Crystals by Synchrotron Radiation: A Radiation Chemical Perspective
Peter O'Neill
Medical Research Council, Radiation & Genome Stability Unit

Radiation Damage of Redox-Sensitive Transition Metal Ions
James E. Penner-Hahn
University of Michigan

Phasing in the Presence of Radiation Damage
Raimond B.G. Ravelli
European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL)

Dose Rate vs. Dose Dependency of Radiation Damage to Protein Crystals
Piotr Sliz
Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology and Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Harvard University

Seeing the Heat Preliminary Studies of Cryo-Crystallography Using Infrared Imaging
Edward Snell
NASA Laboratory for Structural Biology, NASA MSFC

Radiation Damage of Protein Crystal at Cryogenic Temperatures Between 40 K and 150 K
Tsu-yi Teng
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, The University of Chicago

Using Accurate D-Spacing Measurements to Check for Temperature Changes and Effects of Radiation Damage
Edgar Weckert

The Temperature-Dependence of Specific Radiation Damage to Proteins
Martin Weik
Institut de Biologie Structurale

The Influence of Radiation Damage on MAD Data Collection and the Effectiveness of the Trichromatic Concept
Masaki Yamamoto
RIKEN Harima Institute