First protein structure solved using the JUNGFRAU detector!
Diffraction from single, native insulin crystal was recorded on two JUNGFRAU modules consisting of one million pixels in total. The data were of excellent quality, as judged by the overall crystallographic data statistics. It was possible to perform de novo structure determination from this data using single-wavelength anomalous diffraction phasing method. This result demonstrates that the quality of diffraction data recorded using the JUNGFRAU detector is sufficient for obtaining accurate measurements of Bragg peak intensities, which were necessary for successful structure solution.