If you are among the growing number of researchers who understand the important link between macromolecular structure and function, you may have already wondered how to get structural information on your protein of interest and which method is best for your needs. X-ray crystallography and NMR have both undergone rapid technical advances over the last decade, but structure determination still generally involves collaboration with a trained crystallographer or NMR spectroscopist.
MU's Molecular Interactions Core facility is here to help with Crystallography, Dynamic Light Scattering, NMR, and Peptide Synthesis. We offer all of the services necessary to take your project from start to finish. To get started, either contact us or click on one of the general areas below: