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About Solid State NMR, Utrecht, Netherlands

The Bijvoet Center houses solid state 950, 800, 700, 500 and 400 MHz NMR equipment for the characterisation of biomolecules, their structure determination and dynamical and functional studies. All of the NMR instruments are state-of-the-art digital Bruker NMR spectrometers.

Not only are the standard pulse sequences for spectroscopic, structural, dynamical, and functional characterisation available, the Bijovet Centre also offers tailored pulse sequences for structural determination of high molecular weight proteins and other special applications such as in-cell NMR experiments. Dynamic Nuclear Polarization (DNP) capabilities on the 800 and 400 MHz instruments provide a significant boost in sensitivity.

Instruments Available:

The Bijvoet Center has solid state 950, 800, 700, 500 and 400 MHz NMR equipment for the characterization of biomolecules, their structure determination and dynamical and functional studies. All of the NMR instruments are state-of-the-art, digital Bruker NMR spectrometers. In addition to all the standard pulse sequences for spectroscopic, structural, dynamical, and functional characterization, tailored pulse sequences for structural determination of high molecular weight proteins and other special applications such in-cell NMR experiments are also available. Dynamic Nuclear Polarization (DNP) capabilities on the 800 and 400 MHz instruments provide a signficant boost in sensitivity.

User Guide

For more information, please visit the website of the SONNMRLSF facility at the Bijvoet Center.

Instruct Centre

Bijvoet Center - UU

Bijvoet Center

Padualaan 8

3584 CH

Utrecht

Netherlands

www.uu.nl/science/bijvoet

Solid State NMR, Utrecht, Netherlands

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Bijvoet Center
Bijvoet Center
Bijvoet Center, Utrecht University
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Andrei Gurinov
Andrei Gurinov
Bijvoet Center, Utrecht University
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Marc Baldus
Marc Baldus
Bijvoet Center, Utrecht University
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Hugo van Ingen
Hugo van Ingen
Bijvoet Center, Utrecht University
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