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Biomolecular NMR Center

The Biomolecular NMR Center, which is jointly run by the Institute of Physical Biology and the ICS-6 of the Research Centre Jülich, operates various high-field NMR machines and provides an excellent environment for liquid and solid state NMR spectroscopy for structural biology on biologically and medically relevant proteins.

Using NMR we investigate the structural basis for affinities and specificities of protein ligand interactions. The Biomolecular NMR Center hosts one 900 MHz NMR for liquid state NMR spectroscopy, one 800 MHz NMR for liquid and solid state NMR spectroscopy, a 700 MHz device for liquid state NMR, two 600 MHz devices for liquid state NMR, and another 600 MHz NMR- for solid state NMR spectroscopy.

A novel 600 MHz DNP-enhanced solid-state NMR device was installed in 2014.

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