SAXS/WAXS investigation of the protein Sub-unit F of the eukaryotic V1V0 ATPase was performed using the Xeuss 2.0 SAXS/WAXS system, leading to its structure resolution.


The Small-angle X-ray Scattering (SAXS) technique is now well known for studying biological systems and more specifically proteins in solution.
SAXS measurements allow the determination of the macromolecular shape conformation (by an envelope reconstruction of the investigated protein according to appropriate experimental conditions).
SAXS measurements of protein Sub-unit F were conducted on the Xeuss 2.0 SAXS/WAXS system, which provides a high signal-to noise ratio1 allowing high data quality collection in the lab with accurate data analysis.

Protein structure resolution