The French Infrastructure for Integrated Structural Biology (FRISBI) provides an infrastructure for integrative structural biology approaches, from the molecular to the cellular level, integrating multi-resolution data from X-ray crystallography, small angle X-ray scattering, NMR, Cryo-EM and functional data including development for protein expression and crystallization. FRISBI is open to structural and molecular and cell biologists from both academia and industry from France and Europe. A simple, transparent peer reviewed process will provide access based on its feasibility and resource availability. Applications for access can be submitted at any time. Users will be required to contribute towards the costs of access.
Acknowledgement: In published material, please acknowledge the use of FRISBI infrastructure, expertise using the following text: This work was supported by the French Infrastructure for Integrated Structural Biology (FRISBI) ANR-10-INSB-05.
An Eiger R 4M detector is available for testing and evaluation on our home source. The aims are to push the limits of in-house X-ray data collection in 3 main directions:
We would like to open this testing and evaluation period to external users.
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In a total of 32 projects submitted, 25 get a FRISBI subvention. 3 were technically not feasible, 2 were not eligible for subvention and one redirected for an Instruct access submission.
"Biologie Structurale: Des équipements de pointe à disposition de l'industrie".