The Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Core Facility provides advanced NMR spectrometers and related equipment for the study of macromolecular structure and dynamics in solution by experienced users. In this capacity the core facility primarily provides the research tools in which to perform detailed measurements on complex biological systems. Non-expert members of the DOE laboratory receive access to NMR spectroscopy for more routine applications. These applications include: screening wild-type and mutated protein samples to determine their structural integrity, making small molecule binding affinity measurements, and temperature and denaturant studies of protein stability.

For more information, please visit the NMR Core Facility site.

Last updated
September 27, 2023