Through a grant from the National Institutes of Health, Division of Research Resources, our facility has two state-of-the-art CD instruments, JASCO J815, operated as a shared facility.
The facility serves a variety of research projects involving protein structure, drug-protein interactions, and pharmaceutical formulation.
The facility is available to the campus and local research community on a recharge basis. Both an instrument operator and scientific consulting expertise are available on a cost-recovery basis. Research groups having a major and ongoing need for CD data acquisition may elect to receive training and provide their own qualified operator.