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The UZH corona safety concept mandates that a mask must be worn in all publicly accessible indoor areas. When delivering protein samples to PCC, you must wear a face mask from the moment you enter an UZH building.

Also adhere to the following federal and cantonal corona safety key rules:
> Keep a minimum of 1.5m distance to other people at all times.
> Stay at home when feeling ill or have returned from a high-risk area.

Thank you for your cooperation. Stay healthy!


New screen:
The Small Molecule Anion screen developed by Prof. Dr. Bernhard Spingler (UZH) is now available as GS086 .

Crystal Screen 1+2 Cryo GS084
Hampton Research screen detail: HR2-122 + HR2-121

The Ammonium sulfate screen GS002 has been newly designed and is now available as GS085.

What’s new:
PCC now additionally supports researchers with preparing custom screens through their pipetting service. The researcher can freely compose a screen with up to 30 different stock solutions.
Be sure to have a look and feel free to ask the PCC staff concerning this new service.

What's New in ROCK MAKER 3.17? Protein Crystallization Software Update ROCK MAKER® 3.17

RockImager and Nano Dispenser Status


RockImager 20°C:
The imaging schedule is on time.

RockImager 4°C:
The imaging schedule is on time.

Crystal Gryphon 4°C:
In Operation.

Crystal Gryphon LCP 20°C:
In Operation.

Crystal Phoenix 20°C:
In Operation.

Contact

Department of Biochemistry
University of Zurich
Winterthurerstr. 190
CH-8057 Zurich
Office: Y44 J 30/34
xtal@bioc.uzh.ch

Beat Blattmann
Tel.: +41 44 635 6557
Christoph Blattmann
Tel.: +41 44 635 5548

Protein Crystallization Center - PCC



The Protein Crystallization Center – PCC@UZH – supports the structural biology research community by setting up and monitor high-throughput protein crystallization experiments at the nano-liter scale. PCC@UZH offers a wide range of crystallization techniques for soluble and membrane proteins. The crystallization service is open to academic researchers as well as private industry.

more about protein crystallization