The Stanford Magnetic Resonance Laboratory is a research facility within
the Stanford University School of Medicine. The goal of this facility is to provide
research instrumentation and expertise in the area of solution-phase, high
resolution Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy.
Instrumentation include Varian Inova 800 and 600 MHz spectrometers, Bruker Avance 500 MHz spectrometer, and access to the Central California Bruker 900 MHz spectrometer at UC-Berkeley. Three of the spectrometers are equipped with cryogenic probes (800 Cold Probe, 500/900 CryoProbes).
The research focus of the facility is primarily in the study of biological macromolecules.
Collaborating researchers also use the
facility to study properties of polymers, minerals, soils, and for NMR imaging experiments.
The SMRL facility is available for use by members of the Stanford research
community. As well, we invite corporate users to participate in the SMRL research
program by joining through the Stanford Industrial Affiliates Program. Please contact us for more information.
Dr. Joseph D. Puglisi
Director, Stanford Magnetic Resonance Laboratory
Professor and Chair, Department of Structural Biology
Stanford University School of Medicine