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Staphylococcal hemolysin is expressed as a water-soluble monomeric protein and assembles on membranes to form a heptameric pore structure. The heptameric pore structure of hemolysin can be prepared from monomer in vitro only in the presence of deoxycholate detergent micelles, artificially constructed phospholipid bilayers, or erythrocytes. Here, we succeeded in preparing crystals of the heptameric form of hemolysin without any detergent but with 2-methyl-2,4-pentanediol (MPD), and determined its structure. The structure of the heptameric pore was similar to that reported previously. In the structure, two molecules of MPD were bound around Trp179, around which phospholipid head groups were bound in the heptameric pore structure reported previously.