Ad Bax's pulse sequence library
Ad Bax's note: This library contains recently published pulse sequences that have been tested on our equipment. By downloading, viewing or using any of them you acknowledge our rules as outlined in disclaimer and copyright.
Bruker pulse sequences from Gordon Rule
Gordon Rule note: ALL of these employ gradients for artifact suppression. None are sensitivity enhanced. In all HN experiments the water is suppressed by a watergate-type sequence. In some cases crusher gradients are also used. These sequences have been tested on our spectrometer and seem to work well for proteins at least as large as ~20 Kda. If you do find any errors or simple ways to improve these sequences I would be happy to hear about them.
DMX Pulse Programs and Parameters by Brian Volkman
Brian Volkman's note: "All of these pulse programs were tested on our DMX600, some have been tested on the DMX400, 500 and 750 as well. Original references are included in the text of the pulse program file. "
NMRFAM Pulse Program Library for Bruker Avance spectrometers
Description: The main emphasis of this pulse program library is directed towards protein NMR spectroscopy of isotope enriched proteins in solution. All pulse programs are written for the use on Bruker Avance consoles running Xwin-NMR version 2.x. Most sequences will work with Xwin-NMR version 1.3 as well.
Lewis Kay's sequences for Varian
Many of the pulse sequences developed by the Toronto NMR Group of Lewis Kay are made available to the research community. The sequences are distributed in the form of a compressed tar file containing the sequences themselves plus sample parameter files for a Varian Inova or UnityPlus spectrometer