Thursday, September 26, 2013
12:30 – 5:30 p.m
Reception 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Frick Chemistry Laboratory
Princeton, NJ 08544
Event is free, but please register… (click here)
- David Cowburn (Albert Einstein College of Medicine) – How a Biochemist Uses NMR – Three Brief Vignettes
- Eriks Kupče (Bruker Biospin) – NMR with Multiple Receivers
- Gaetano Montelione (Rutgers University) – Targeting Protein-Protein Interaction Networks
- Art Palmer (Columbia University) – Protein Dynamics from NMR Spectroscopy and MD Simulations
- Jim Prestegard (University of Georgia) – Glycans on Glycoproteins – Insight into Function from NMR
Click for Symposium program… Click for talk abstracts…
This meeting is jointly sponsored by Princeton University’s NMR Facility and Bruker, Sigma-Aldrich, New Era Enterprises, Cambridge Isotope Laboratories, and Mestrelab Research.
The 800 MHz Bruker Ascend NMR spectrometer is the newest addition to the NMR facility, featuring an Avance III HD console (5 RF channels, 2 receivers), 19F lock accessory, a nitrogen recovery unit, a SampleCase autosampler, and, currently, a TCI (1H/13C/15N/2H) cryoprobe optimized for 1H detection. The final cryoprobe will be a custom-made QCI device (1H/19F/13C/15N/2H — all channels cold) with temperature control over -40 and +80 deg C.
The 800 MHz NMR joins the facility’s three 500 MHz Avance III Bruker NMR spectrometers with a special cryoprobe and a BACS-120 autosampler each, a 300 MHz Bruker NanoBay spectrometer with a BBFO probe, a Bruker HR-MAS kit for 500 MHz frequency, and two Varian/Agilent INOVA spectrometers of 400, and 500 MHz, respectively. This exceptional collection of NMR instruments now covers a wide range of diverse applications from studying complex biomolecules, structure identification of small and large synthetic molecules and natural products, polymers, characterization of a variety of inorganic samples and metal complexes, through metabolomics and mixture analysis in general.
Dr. Istvan Pelczer or Dr. Galia Debelouchina
Princeton University, Chemistry Department
Frick Chemistry Laboratory, Princeton, NJ 08544
NMR Facility phone: 609-258-2342 – fax: 609-258-6746