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|Solid state NMR Structural Characterization of Oligomeric β-amyloid (1-42) Peptide||
Solid state NMR measurements reveal an important structural distinction between different disease-relevant aggregates: oligomers and fibrils. While molecular confirmations are similar within both structures, oligomers differ from fibrils in terms of intermolecular organization of beta-strands.
|In vivo Chlorine and Sodium MRI of Rat Brain at 21.1 T||
Using the lab’s 21 tesla magnet to image chlorine in the brain, researchers explore new ways to track tumor growth.
|Creating a Pseudo-Atomic Model of the COPII Cage||
Using a novel combination of techniques, scientists researching the COPII protein created a pseudo-atomic model of the COPII cage, gaining a better understanding of how its 96 subunits fit together.
|Topology of the Cell Metabolome by NMR||
Using a novel NMR approach, scientists characterize the metabolome of E. coli cells, determining 112 topologies of unique metabolites from a single sample.
|High-Frequency and -Field EPR Detection of a Di-radical Intermediate||
This work defines a new mechanism for radical-mediated catalysis of a protein substrate, and has broad implications for applied biocatalysis and for understanding oxidative protein modification during oxidative stress.
|Male and Female Mating Pheromones in Panagrellus redivivus||
Nematodes are the most abundant animal on earth, and they live in virtually every ecological niche on earth. Parasitic species have a significant health and economic impact through the infection of crops, domestic animals, and humans. Therefore, we are working to unravel the chemical language used by nematodes, with the ultimate goals of better understanding the role of small molecules in regulating behavior and of developing new approaches to control nematode parasites.
|High-Resolution MRI Probe for STRAFI Studies of Solid Material||
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of solid materials entails numerous problems from short longitudinal relaxation (T2) times to requiring strong gradients to attain high resolution images. A promising technique to address these issues is the Stray Field Imaging (STRAFI) method.
|Adjustable Sliding Ring Coil for Neuroimaging in Vertical High Fields||
Biomedical researchers have a unique tool to investigate a variety of living and excised specimen with the MagLab’s 21.1 T 900-MHz ultra-widebore (105-mm) vertical magnet. However, there are challenges to performing research in a high-field vertical magnet, which have been addressed by a NHMFL-led team of international scientists working to make very high field or ultra high field MRI more flexible. This team has constructed a tunable sliding ring transmit/receive volume coil for 900-MHz hydrogen MRI that provides the uniformity and sensitivity for high resolution and functional imaging of living samples while accommodating unique excised samples to improve characterization and throughput. This new design incorporates the apparatus necessary for maintaining animals in a vertical position while providing remote tuning and sample flexibility beyond most available coils.