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Kupitz C, Basu S, Grotjohann I, Fromme R, Zatsepin NA, Rendek KN, Hunter MS, Shoeman RL, White TA, Wang D et al..  2014.  Serial time-resolved crystallography of photosystem II using a femtosecond X-ray laser. Nature. advance online publication:-.
Schorb S, Rupp D, Swiggers M, Coffee RN, Messerschmidt M, Williams G, Bozek JD, Wada S-I, Möller T, Bostedt C.  2012.  Size dependent ionization dynamics of argon clusters in intense x-ray pulses. APS Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics Meeting Abstracts. 1:1036.
Schorb S, Swiggers M, Coffee RN, Messerschmidt M, Moeller S, Williams G, Bozek JD, Osipov T, Wada S, Rupp D et al..  2011.  Size dependent ionization dynamics of argon clusters in intense x-ray pulses. APS Meeting Abstracts. 1:45010.
Schorb S, Rupp D, Swiggers ML, Coffee RN, Messerschmidt M, Williams G, Bozek JD, Wada S-I, Kornilov O, Möller T et al..  2012.  Size-dependent ultrafast ionization dynamics of nanoscale samples in intense femtosecond x-ray free-electron-laser pulses. Physical review letters. 108:233401.
Schlotter WF, Turner JJ, Rowen M, Heimann P, Holmes M, Krupin O, Messerschmidt M, Moeller S, Krzywinski J, Soufli R et al..  2012.  The soft x-ray instrument for materials studies at the linac coherent light source x-ray free-electron laser. Review of Scientific Instruments. 83:043107.
Coffee RN, Bionta MR, Bostedt C, Chollet M, Fritz D, Hartmann N, Lemke H, Messerschmidt M, Ratner D, Schorb S et al..  2012.  Spectrally encoded optical/x-ray relative delay with  10 fs RMS resolution. APS Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics Meeting Abstracts. 1:3003P.
Coffee RN, Bionta MR, Bostedt C, Chollet M, Fritz D, Hartmann N, Lemke H, Messerschmidt M, Ratner D, Schorb S et al..  2012.  Spectrally encoded optical/x-ray relative delay with ˜10 fs RMS resolution. Bulletin of the American Physical Society. 57