In a November 2013 paper, published in Acta Crystallographica Section F, the Sundberg lab at the University of Maryland School of Medicine described the crystallization of the protein Endoglycosidase S (EndoS). EndoS, a virulence factor enzyme secreted by Streptococcus pyogenes, helps the... Read more

In January 2014, a paper published in Nucleic Acids Research by Klaholz and co-workers from Institute of Genetics and of Molecular and Cellular Biology (IGBMC, France) described the crystallization of the human 80S ribosome. Ribosomes are fundamental to the translational machinery in all living... Read more

We now accept MOBILE payments with All products are available for purchase through our mobile credit card processing. All credit cards accepted and immediate invoicing to your preferred email. For a limited time, all mobile orders will receive a 20% discount and free domestic... Read more

If you're like us, then you've already been bitten by the Winter Olympics bug! While you might not be bombing down snowy slopes at more than 100 mph, racing around the oval or attacking quadruple jumps, we think that crystallography is just as daring! Betting degrees, grants, careers on the... Read more

Microlytic Mitten
Celebrate the Winter Olympics in Sochi with us! The games have started with 98 medals set to be won! Take your best guess as to how many Gold Medals in total will go to team USA. The participants with the most correct answers will get a IPOD shuffle! Tie breaks decided randomly. Check out our... Read more

Gold Metal
Microlytic is proud to be a Gold Sponsor of this year's joint Mid-Atlantic Macromolecular Crystallography Meeting and SER-CAT Symposium. Please visit our booth and take advantage of two opportunities to learn more about Microlytic products (vendor presentation) and Microlytic team (awards... Read more

Microlytic is a proud participant in the "Sponsor a Student Award Program" for the 23rd Congress and General Assembly of the International Union of Crystallography ( Continuing our strong support for education and awareness, particularly of diverse methods for protein... Read more

EndoS is a 108 kDa endoglycosidase from S. pyogenes that specifically hydrolyzes core glycans on natively folded, human IgG antibodies. In addition to aiding the bacterium in survival within the human host, the ability EndoS to alter the interactions of IgG with complement factors and Fc... Read more

Microlytic is proud to sponsore the PyMOLwiki through website hosting. As a team of crystallographers familiar with MolScript, we recognize the impact that PyMOL has had in facilitating the generation of crystal structure imagary, structure analysis and in improving communication within the... Read more

We are proud to again support the research activities of the crystallographic community and are excited to participate in this year's ACA meeting in the beautiful Albuquerque, New Mexico. Visit our booth to meeting crystallization expert Dr. Jean Xu, demo our products, learn about exciting new... Read more