Our Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Laboratory combines a variety of state-of-the-art instrumentation that supports a wide assortment of protein and small molecule characterization experiments to understand the effect of disease, diet, or other biological stressors within and on complex biological systems.

Our scientists are experienced in using NMR for protein analysis including three-dimensional protein structure, protein/ligand binding, binding site determination, protein/protein or protein/DNA complex formation as well as dynamic aspects such as protein motion and diffusion. 

Our expertise in NMR allows our scientists to determine protein/ligand binding assays or binding constants to define the location of binding on a given protein as well as to target smaller molecules and metabolites to see changes on a semi-quantitative or quantitative basis, depending on system requirements. With a variety of NMR instrumentation, our scientists easily track specific molecules, conduct global analysis to determine changes in biological systems, or isolate small molecules to determine their exact and novel chemical structure.

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