Analysis of Neuronal Fluid
NMR is an essential component of structural biology since it is uniquely suited to examine changes in the conformation, structure and mobility of biomolecules using solution conditions closely approximating the biological environment. NMR is critical for chemical analysis and synthetic chemistry, providing atomic “eyesight” for confirming chemical compounds; NMR data is often required for patents and publications. NMR is also a necessary component in drug discovery efforts. Basic NMR applications can be employed for assessing sample purity, chemical changes, binding events and the effects of mutations. More involved multidimensional NMR applications can be implemented for protein structure determination and dynamics investigations.
W. Clay Bracken, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Research, Biochemistry
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