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With recent developments in X-ray sources, instrumentation and data-analysis tools, time-resolved crystallographic experiments, which were originally the preserve of a few expert groups, are becoming simpler and can be carried out at more radiation sources, and are thus increasingly accessible to a growing user base. However, these experiments are just that: discrete experiments, not just `data collections'. As such, careful planning and consideration of potential pitfalls is required to enable a successful experiment. Here, some of the key factors that should be considered during the planning and execution of a time-resolved structural study are outlined, with a particular focus on synchrotron-based experiments. open access.

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Eike C Schulz, Briony A Yorke, Arwen R Pearson, Pedram Mehrabi. Best practices for time-resolved serial synchrotron crystallography. Acta crystallographica. Section D, Structural biology. 2022 Jan 01;78(Pt 1):14-29

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