Nuclear Magnetic Resonance: Small protein sample
About the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance: small protein sample Virtual Lab Simulation
In the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance lab, you will learn how to use NMR to characterize binding events between proteins and ligands. You will perform NMR experiments and interpret the resulting spectra. Will you be able to help improve an existing antibiotic in order to reduce its side effects?
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Techniques In Lab
At the end of this simulation, you will be able to…
- Understand how to perform NMR experiments
- Understand how to analyze NMR spectra
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Prof. Karen SkriverDepartment of biology University of Copenhagen
Dr. Gert DandanellDepartment of biology University of Copenhagen
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