NDTS automatically transfers data to your NMRbox account upon acquisition, and this now live! You can easily access and process raw data acquired at NMRFAM on NMRbox or transfer from NMRbox to your own computers.
If you do not have an NMRbox/NMRhub account, please create one as soon as possible! Go to https://nmrhub.org/ and click the blue Register button in the middle of the page and follow the instructions.
Question – please contact Lai Bergeman.
National Magnetic Resonance Facility at Madison (NMRFAM) is a resource that aims to expand the frontiers of biomolecular NMR spectroscopy in solution and the solid state, to ease access for scientists to state-of-the-art spectroscopic methods, and to disseminate technologies broadly to the user community. Our overall goal is to continue a tradition of providing excellent NMR service to the biomedical research community.
NMRFAM provides access to high field (600-900 MHz) solution and solid-state NMR instrumentation and expert staff to assist researchers who would like assistance in experimental design, data acquisition or data analysis. Please contact us with your project ideas and instrumentation needs.
NMRFAM is an unique resource for high field NMR that has been supported by NIH (NCRR and/or NIGMS) through the P41 program for over 30 years. Our overall goal for this proposal is to continue this tradition of providing excellent NMR service to the biomedical research community
There are four areas of focus for technology development at NMRFAM, improving performance of the NMR spectrometer, experimental design, properties of the sample (quality and significance), and ability to interpret the data.
All publications resulting from research at NMRFAM must acknowledge the facility and its funding sources (this is a requirement of the grants that support NMRFAM).
This study made use of the National Magnetic Resonance Facility at Madison, which is supported by NIH grant R24GM141526.
For data collected prior to September 2021, please also cite P41GM103399.
Driving Biomedical Project Collaborators, please cite P41GM136463.