Structural NMR

Overview

The Structural Biology NMR Resource provides access to high-resolution solution NMR spectrometers ranging from 300 MHz to 900 MHz in field strength. These are used for small molecule analysis and for studies of macro-molecular structure, dynamics, and function. Highly trained associates are available to assist in the collection and interpretation of routine data, for training in instrument usage, for performing data processing and interpretation and to partner for more extended collaborative studies of protein or nucleic acid structure and dynamics.

Services

  • Training for independent or guided use of all instruments
  • Assisted acquisition and interpretation of NMR spectra
  • ”Walk-on” 300 MHz spectrometer (with multi-nuclear 5 mm probe)
  • Two weekly scheduled 600 MHz spectrometers with high sensitivity cryogenic probes
  • Quarterly scheduled access to 700, 800 and 900 MHz spectrometers at the NY Structural Biology Center (all with cryoprobes)
  • Local computational resources for data processing and analysis, and for macromolecular structure calculation and simulation
  • Staff for collaborative structural studies of macromolecules

Location and Contacts

Structural NMR

Ullmann B8

 
 
 

Scientific Director
Mark Girvin, Ph.D.
718.430.2724
mark.girvin@einstein.yu.edu

Operations Director
Sean Cahill, Ph.D.
718.430.2035
sean.cahill@einstein.yu.edu