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Small-angle X-ray scattering (SAXS) is a technique for obtaining low-resolution structural information about biological macromolecules, by exposing a dilute solution to a high-intensity Xray beam and capturing the resulting scattering pattern on a two-dimensional detector. The twodimensional pattern is reduced to a one-dimensional curve through radial averaging; that is, by averaging across annuli on the detector plane. Subsequent analysis of structure relies on these onedimensional data. Thisdoi:10.1111/j.1467-9892.2011.00779.x pmid:23355752 pmcid:PMC3551296 fatcat:bq57ze7kxrdwxgj2bpen33q6pe