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Magnetic Resonance Research Center

The Magnetic Resonance Research Center at ASU (MRRC) is the regional southwest resource for characterization and structure determination of proteins, DNA, Biomolecules, chemical compounds, and solid materials by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR). This world-class facility has 850, 800, 600, and 500 MHz NMR spectrometers optimized for protein, biopolymer and DNA structure studies, two 400 MHz spectrometers for routine synthetic and drug design applications, and 400 MHz wide-bore systems for solid state NMR, diffusion and exotic NMR experiments. The 850, 800, and 600 MHz NMR systemts are equipped with cryogenically cool triple resonance probes. The 850 and 800 MHz instrument have dual solids/liquids capabilities, including the first Ultra-Fast Magic-Angle Spinning probe and BioMAS probe at 800 MHz. The center also has unique Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) capabilities.