Molecular Structures Core (MSC)
The Molecular Structures Core (MSC) enables researchers to determine the structures and dynamics, or motions, of large biomolecules such as proteins and DNA to understand how they interact with each other and with small molecules such as drugs.
Biological Sciences West, Room 201
Monday - Thursday
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
24/7 access for Trained Users
The Bruker 800 and 600 MHz Avance NEO NMR systems are optimized for biomolecular applications. Both are equipped with TCI cryoprobes for unparalleled signal-to-noise, allowing acquisition of protein spectra at as low as 10 μM concentration. The systems are capable of direct detection of 1H, 2H, 13C, 15N, and 19F, and all channels other than 2H have the sensitivity advantage of cryo-cooled electronics.
Molecular Structures Core is committed to serving scientists and students at the University of Arizona. We support NMR teaching labs, such as CHEM447, and regularly provide educational demonstrations to students. We also provide services and consultation to researchers within and outside of the University of Arizona, and have a wide range of experiments and expertise to match our diverse user base.
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University of Arizona - UA CBC Molecular Structures Core (MSC), RRID:SCR_022888