NMR Research Workshops

How to Analyze all that NMR Data with NMRPipe

On December 14, 2023 @ 12 Noon, Frank Delaglio did a presentation on How to Analyze All That NMR Data With NMRPipe . You’ve generated beautiful spectral reconstructions with NMRPipe, what comes next? See how to build and edit peak tables for 1D-4D spectra and use them to quantify spectra[…]

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How to process any data with NMRPipe

How to Process Any Data with NMRPipe

The topic of our Thursday November 30 2023 workshop was an introduction to NMRPipe – Processing and Analyzing Data. This i s part one of a 2 part series. Do you want to interactively process a 1D or 2D spectrum, or batch process 100 of them? Do you want to[…]

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NMR in the World of Fragmented Drug Design

NMR in the World of Fragment Based Drug Design – through both the Ligand and Protein observe lenses

On October 26, 2023 the IVAN Users Group hosted a meeting on NMR in the World of Fragmented Drug Design. The panel was lead by Daneen Angwin-Kaerner of Loxo@Lilly, and presentations were done by Andrew Namanja of Abbvie Inc. and Ben Davis of Vernalis Research. NMR has evolved into a[…]

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Time Domain NMR Relaxometry

Time Domain NMR Relaxometry

The topic of our September round-table workshop September 28, 2023 was about Time-Domain NMR Relaxometry. Time-Domain NMR relaxometry has proven its advantageous relevance across various practical domains, spanning from the food industry to pharmaceutical applications. Simple and straightforward measurements yield important insights into the structural and dynamic characteristics of materials,[…]

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NMRhub, NMRBox, NAN, BMRB

NMRhub – Cloud-based Resources for NMR

The topic of our August round-table workshop August 31, 2023 @ 12:00 PM ET USA was an introduction to online resources for NMR based at UConn Health. NMRhub (nmrhub.org) is home to and access point for three shared NMR resources: Network for Advanced NMR (NAN, usnan.org), and NSF-supported Midscale Research[…]

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NMR Time Domain Analysis - Learnings & Musings

Time-domain Analysis – Learnings and Musings

The topic of our July round-table workshop (Thursday July 27, 2023 @ 12:00 PM ET USA) was a discussion of back to basics with emphasis on time-domain analysis of NMR data. There is a renewed interest in recent years in time-domain modeling techniques – such as CRAFT (IVAN round table[…]

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NUS on Solid Ground

NUS on Solid Ground

The topic of our June round-table workshop was a discussion of Non-Uniform Sampling (NUS). The adoption of NUS in both routine and specialized applications is enjoying continued growth and, in this workshop, NUS will be seen to be a mature, flexible and powerful tool ready for today’s challenging NMR problems,[…]

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Practical Applications of Water Suppression (PAWS)

Solvent resonances tend to present a challenge to an NMR spectroscopist as they introduce radiation damping artifacts, overflow the analog-to-digital conversion, and significantly attenuate the dynamic range of the receiver, not to mention their tendency to obscure desired resonances of the solute. The use of deuterated solvents is one way[…]

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Anisotropic Interactions in NMR (RQCs, RDCs, RCSAS) and their application to the analysis of small molecules

Anisotropic Interactions in NMR (RQCs, RDCs, RCSAS) and their application to the analysis of small molecules

The topic of our March round-table workshop (Thursday March 30, 2023 @ 12:00 PM ET USA) was a discussion of Anisotropic Interactions in NMR (RQCs, RDCs, RCSAS) and their application to the analysis of small molecules. Roberto Gil of Carnegie Mellon University lead the panel that includes Han Sun -Leibniz[…]

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FT and TD-NMR are Complementary for Metabolomics

FT and TD-NMR are Complementary for Metabolomics

The topic of our January round-table workshop (Thursday January 26, 2023 @ 12:00 PM ET USA) was a discussion of FT and TD-NMR are Complementary for Metabolomics. Istvan Pelczer, Princeton University, lead the panel that includes Dave Cistola, Texas Tech University Health Sciences and AaryaniSajja, University of Memphis. Time-domain NMR[…]

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