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Research Groups in the UK
  • Biological NMR Unit - The University of Birmingham
    The Biological NMR Unit was established in 1990 as a joint venture
    between The School of Biochemistry and some research groups in the School
    of Medicine, notably the Department of Rheumatology and The CRC Institute
    for Cancer Studies.
  • Biomembrane Structure Unit, University of Oxford
    Solid State NMR performed on Biological Membranes. Structure determination
    and protein-lipid and protein-ligand interactions
    Edinburgh Biomolecular NMR Unit
    Our research focus is on protein structure. The main tool we use is
    solution state NMR, but we also employ calorimetry, circular dichroism,
    hydrodynamics, molecular modelling, mass spectrometry and fluorescence
    spectroscopy to complement the high-resolution structure information.
    For example, we are interested in multi-modular proteins such as are
    found in the complement system. Many of these are large, extended, flexible
    and glycosylated.
  • Haemworks TMR network
    Investigating structure-function relationships in haem proteins using
    NMR and molecular biology techniques
  • James Keeler Group; Department of Chemistry; University of Cambridge
    We're based in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Cambridge,
    and the focus of our research is the development of new methods in Nuclear
    Magentic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy.
  • Joint UCL/LICR NMR Laboratory, University College London
    Biomolecular NMR Spectroscopy. Our lab is a joint facility of the Department
    of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and the Ludwig Institute for Cancer
    Research, and a component of the UCL/Birkbeck College BBSRC-sponsored Centre
    for Structural Biology.
  • MR Centre, University of Nottingham, UK
  • MRC Biomedical NMR Centre The Centre is a multi-user facility for biomedical NMR which was set
    up by the MRC in 1980. It is located at the National Institute for Medical
    Research (NIMR) and has excellent and well-supported facilities for liquid-state
    NMR studies of biological macromolecules. The Centre's facilities include
    spectrometers operating at 500 and 600 MHz and have recently been enhanced
    by the addition of an 800 MHz instrument.
  • NMR Group, University of Kent, UK
    NMR Group, University of Newcastle
  • NMR Lab, Queen Mary and Westfield College
    The ULIRS high field n.m.r. service is intended to provide researchers
    in the University with an n.m.r. spectrum on as wide a range of nuclei
    as possible. The service is situated in the Department of Chemistry at
    Queen Mary and Westfield College (QMW).
  • NMR Service, University of York, UK
  • NMR, University Cambridge, UK
  • Oxford University, Dyson Perrins Laboratory - NMR Spectroscopy Facility
    The NMR facility in the Dyson Perrins Laboratory is one of the largest
    available to Organic Chemists in the UK. It houses seven FT instruments
    with proton operating frequencies ranging between 200 and 500 MHz.
  • Solid-state NMR Group, University of Nottingham
    Our research involves the design and implementation of new solid-state
    nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) experiments.
    Our current work includes the design of new multi-dimensional NMR correlation
    experiments and new ways of exciting normally forbidden multiple-quantum
    transitions. Ongoing applications include investigations of polymer blends
    and proton conducting materials.
    Academic staff:
    Dr Helen Geen, Physics
    Dr Jeremy Titman, Chemistry
  • Solid-state NMR, University of Durham Industrial Research Laboratories
  • UK NMR Discussion Group
    On these pages will be posted up-and-coming meeting dates, details
    of the scientific sessions and registration forms. There is also a useful
    page of links to other NMR sites.


Contributors: ale51, markber
Created by ale51, 01-29-2005 at 03:46 AM
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