Seven high field, high-resolution NMR spectrometers are supported by the Center and available for use at the present time.
State-of-the-art ultra-high field 800 MHz Varian/Agilent DirectDrive2 spectrometer fully configured with four RF channels, two receivers, and 1H/13C/15N cryogenic and room temperature triple probes with pulsed field gradients
Newly installed Bruker Avance III 700 MHz spectrometer fully configured for biological research with four channels and 1H/13C/15N cryogenic and room temperature triple probes with pulsed field gradients
600 MHz Varian Inova NMR spectrometer with four channel capability and 1H/13C/15N cryogenic and room temperature triple PFG probes as well as a 1H dedicated probe
Newly configured 500 MHz Varian/Agilent VNMRS spectrometer with five-channel capability and dual receivers. Probes available include a newly purchased 1H(19F)/13C/15N triple, 1H/13C/15N triple, 5mM PFG inverse and a 10mM broadband
Second fully configured four channel 500 MHz Varian Inova spectrometer with 1H/13C/15N triple and 5mM indirect H(X) probes for chemical applications
400 MHz Varian Inova spectrometer with a 4-nucleus PFG probe and a PFG inverse probe
Walk-up 300 MHz Varian Mercury spectrometer with a 4-nucleus probe for routine chemistry applications
In addition, there are several Unix and Linux based workstations installed with several terabytes of hard drive and DVD data storage for off-line data processing and data storage. The resource is fully networked with the Medical Center and the University via optical cable so that investigators can port data to their laboratories and even run the instruments remotely if they so choose. Firewalls are in place to protect the integrity of operation of the resource.