News

New Science Campus location

The NMR Facility is being relocated to the new Science Campus building. The NMR Facility will be located in the FW wing on the ground floor.


Opening of the Paramagnetic NMR Facility Leiden

The Facility for Paramagnetic NMR in Leiden will officially be opened on September 11, 2013.
The facility has been made possible by an NWO-Groot grant and the financial support of Leiden University. The facility offers support to researchers for the synthesis of paramagnetic molecules and their application in advanced NMR research.


Paramagnetic NMR Facility

Introduction

The Paramagnetic NMR Facility Leiden has been established to provide support to researchers who want to apply paramagnetic NMR spectroscopy to biomolecules. Support is offered in the design and synthesis of paramagnetic probes, either for general application (such as lanthanide tags and spin labels) or a dedicated purpose (such as enzyme substrates modified with a paramagnetic group). Also help with the attachment of probes to proteins and the acquisition, processing and analysis of the data can be provided.


Projects

Depending on the project it is possible for researchers to visit Leiden to be involved in the work directly, for example to learn protein tagging procedures, or ask for the products to be sent out. Unfortunately, the Facility has no funding for visits, so the costs for travel and accommodation need to be borne by the researchers. The Facility may request a contribution in the costs (bench fee) if the project requires so.


Applications

For applications complete the application form.