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New 800MHz comes with the Wand lab
Prof. Josh Wand joins our department from the University of Pennsylvania as Chair of Biochemistry and Biophysics at TAMU. He brings with him our second 800MHz magnet outfitted with a 4-channel cryoprobe, a sample-jet, and a pack of NMR-wielding lab members. We’re excited to see NUS, TROSY, modern isotopic labeling strategies and deuteration, and high-pressure NMR bring light to the next NMR frontier of large complexes and membrane proteins.
Lorieau’s lab on NOE patterns and Secondary Structure
A very good website on NOE patterns and secondary structure: http://www.lorieau.com/nmr/2013/09/12/NOE-patterns.html
Bruker Pulse Program Two-Character Code Definitions
Copied from this link. For the full list of 2-letter codes, look at the Pulprog.info file. For Bruker pulse programs the first characters (usually 4, but at a maximum 6) specify the type of experiment, e.g. DEPT,COSY,NOESY etc.. Further properties of the pulse program are indicated by a two-character code, which is added to the name in alphabetical order. For 2D experiments the mode (absolute value,phase sensitive or echo-antischo) is always indicated. H- or X-decoupling is assumed to be default for heteronuclear experiments, but not for homonuclear ones… Read More →
Installation of TopSpin 3.5 pl6 on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
TopSpin processing software and Dynamics center is free for academia and government institutions. Please follow this link to download it. You will need your .edu email account to register an account. The current version is TopSpin 3.5pl6 for Linux. I have Ubuntu 16.04 LTS installed on my computer. After installation, you may need to sudo apt-get install libcups2:i386 to fix the problem: cannot edit ProcPars. sudo apt-get install libxtst6:i386 to fix the problem: cannot start nmrsim.