Biomolecular NMR

The Biomolecular NMR Lab provides NMR resources and technical expertise for study of macromolecular structure, function and dynamics in solution. Its capabilities include determining high resolution structures, biological macromolecules, elucidation and structural mapping of protein-protein, protein-nucleic acid, protein-peptide, protein-drug interactions, and studies of the dynamics of proteins and their complexes in solution.

  • 1D-4D NMR Data Collection
  • Data processing, analysis, and interpretation
  • Structure determination
  • Heteronuclear relaxation measurements and data analysis
  • H/D exchange measurements by NMR
  • NMR titration measurement
  • Protein-ligand interaction studies
  • Training for new instrument users
  • Consultation on proposal preparation
Asokan Anbanandam, Ph.D.
Shankel Structural Biology Center, room 1011
785-864-3746
asokan@ku.edu

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