This facility promotes the understanding of the structures and dynamics of natural products, potential therapeutics, proteins, and nucleic acids at the atomic level. Instruments include a 900 MHz spectrometer equipped with a cryoprobe, along with several other NMR systems.
Under Professor David Wemmer, Director, the 900 MHz NMR facility at UC is administered by the California Institute for Quantitative Biosciences (QB3). It is a core facility that helps to promote the understanding of the structures and dynamics of chemical reaction products, natural products, potential therapeutics, proteins, and nucleic acids at the atomic level. Instruments include a state-of-the-art 900 MHz spectrometer equipped with a CP TCI (1H, 13C,15N,2H) cryoprobe for high sensitivity detection of 1H and 13C, and an 800 MHz spectrometer equipped with a room temperature TXI (1H, 13C,15N,2H) probe. Access is available to investigators from QB3 as well as those at both academic and non-academic institutions on a recharge basis. Note however, that the University of California is a nonprofit organization and as such does not compete with private industry. Before contacting us, researchers involved in privately supported endeavors are encouraged to seek services from a commercial laboratory.
To reserve time, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Rates are cost per hour.
Samples can be sent for data collection and analysis at the following address at no additional charge.
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|Rates are cost per hour*||800 MHz||900 MHz||Usage|
|UC||$33.00||$38.00||< 10 hours|
|$21.00||$31.00||< 24 hours|
|$16.00||$24.00||> 24 hours|
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QB3-Berkeley Managing Director
|Professor David E. Wemmer|
Faculty Facility Director