to the Michigan State University (MSU) Biomolecular NMR Facility.
NMR Facility is
dedicated to providing state-of-the-art NMR technology as
well as exceptional
NMR expertise. The Facility, administered by the Max T. Rogers
NMR Facility, houses a 900
MHz Bruker Avance NMR spectrometer that is equipped to provide
exceptional performance in both liquid- as well as solid-state
applications. Instrument capabilities can be found here. NMR
time and service are scheduled via an online request form.
A general description of sample requirements for NMR analysis can
be found here. For more information
on facility usage and services, please contact the Facility
Together with X-ray crystallography,
NMR spectroscopy is one of the two leading technologies for the
structural determination of biomacromolecules at atomic resolution.
In addition, NMR provides unique and important molecular motional
and interaction profiles that contain pivotal information
on the functions of biomacromolecules. The information is not only
important for the understanding of life processes at the molecular
level but also for drug development.