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600MHz Solution-State Users

For any publication, poster, etc. with data acquired from the 600MHz spectrometers, please be sure to acknowledge the following NIH Grant information: This research was supported by Grant 1S10OD021536 (G.Veglia) from National Institute of General Medical Sciences.

Publication Acknowledgement

As a reminder, if you publish data collected at MNMR Center, please include the “Minnesota NMR Center” in the acknowledgements section. Click here for information.

News and Updates from MNMR

2019 Summer Workshop Schedule Now Available!

Tuesday, July 9

9:00AM    Introduction, MNMR Policies

10:00AM    1D NMR Basic Theory and Hardware

11:00AM    Hands-on 1D NMR Setup

12:30PM    Catered Lunch

1:00PM    1D Data Processing

2:00PM    2D NMR Basic Theory

3:00PM    Hands on 2D NMR Setup (COSY, NOESY, HSQC, HMBC)

 

Wednesday, July 10

9:00AM     Metabolomics Speaker (Prof. Peter Crawford)

10:00AM    Screening Speaker (Prof. William Pomerantz, UMN)

11:00AM    Hands on Solvent Suppression and Automation

12:30PM    Catered Lunch

BioC 4225 Summer Semester 2019 Course Overview

Research Assistant Professor at MNMR Center Dr. Gopinath Tata teaches BioC 4225 each summer, which is a one credit course spread over four days (June 3, 2019 - June 6, 2019).

Lecture topics covered include:

• Introduction to Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

• NMR Hamiltonians and product operator formalism

• Experimental aspects of NMR spectroscopy

• Phase cycling and pulsed field gradients

• Calibration of NMR parameters

• Water or solvent suppression techniques

• Homonuclear correlation experiments

2019 Advanced Workshop, July 9-11 with Solid-State Add-on July 12

The 2019 Summer NMR Workshop will be July 9-11, 2019 with an optional solid-state add-on for July 12, 2019. The initial three days will include in-class and hands-on instruction in topics ranging from Metabolomics/Small Molecule to Protein Structure and Dynamics, with first-hand experience in 2D NMR setup, automation set-up & solvent suppression, as well as resonance assignment software. The solid-state NMR (ssNMR) session includes a brief description of ssNMR methods and applications to small molecules and proteins.

4-Day NMR Techniques Course (BIOC 5225, 1 Credit, Spring 2019)

Our Dr. Gopinath Tata is the instructor for BIOC 5225 Graduate Laboratory in NMR Techniques which will be offered Spring 2019.  This course is 4 days in length (1/22/2019-1/25/2019) and is similar to the annual workshop held by the Center.  An introduction to NMR techniques will be provided, as well as demonstrating how to choose the appropriate NMR experiment for specific types of samples.  To view the full syllabus, please click here.

Reminder: Log Books and Billed Time

As a reminder, you need to use the logbooks at each spectrometer to record your time used. Billing is completed based on actual time logged in, so if you remain logged in for 4 days, you will be charged all 4 days, unless you note in the logbook your reason for not logging out as well as the actual time used. 

Thank you 

3-day Basic NMR Workshop scheduled Nov. 7-9, 2017

MNMR will host a 3-day Basic NMR Workshop November 7-9, 2017.  This workshop will fulfill requirements to gain access to the NMR center.  It will focus on practical operation of the spectrometers.  We will meet each day from 10AM to 4PM and it will be a combination of lecture and hands-on spectrometer operation.

Tuesday – MNMR Intro and Policies, NMR Basics, 1D acquisition and 1D data processing

Wednesday – 1D optimization, Homonuclear 2D NMR and 2D data processing

Thursday – Heteronuclear 2D NMR, other topics (afternoon optional)

October 2017 Newsletter Available Now!

Keep tabs on what is new in the Center, and get a glimpse at what MNMR Users are working on now!

See MNMR Newsletter, Volume 5 Issue 2

Advanced Workshop Date Set for June 25-29, 2018

Mark your calendars for our Annual Advanced NMR Workshop, set for June 25-29, 2018.

More details to come!

Reduced Operator Rates, effective November 1, 2017

In an effort to make NMR accessible to more groups at the University of Minnesota, we are cutting our operator charges in half, to $50/hour. We hope to reach out to new user groups at the University to show  what NMR is capable of as it pertains to their research. If you are interested to learn more about what NMR can do for your lab, contact Tara at tmclane@umn.edu.

New Hourly Spectrometer Rates, effective September 1, 2017

After recent updates to equipment in the MNMR Center, we are adjusting the hourly rates of all spectrometers, with the exception of the 900 MHz. The costs will be based on the capabilities of each instrument, with some rates increasing, and others decreasing. See the chart below for the new charges which will be in place starting September 1, 2017.

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