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On the Cover: The full range of crystallographic
research to be presented at the XVIII Congress of the International
Union in Glasgow, August 4-13, 1999, is reflected in illustrations
generously provided by (clockwise from upper left) Hans Deisenhofer,
Nobuo Niimura, Hans-Beat Bürgi, John McKay, Janusz Lipkowski,
John White, Lynne B. McCusker, and Ken Holmes. Composite by Patricia
Coley. See page 21.
Contributors: N.M. Allinson, H. Berman, P. Bourne, I.D. Brown,
E. Dodson, V. Evsyunin, R.B. Ferguson, G. Gilliland, A. Hamilton,
J. Hauser, A. Hunter, A. Kashaev, W. Melik-Adamyam, A. Mishnev,
R. Nelmes, G. Newton, J. Parise, V. Pattabhi, D. Poleti, J. Pons,
A. Revenko, and T. Safonova.
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