13 search results for “nmr” in the Public website
NMR structural studies of protein-small molecule interactions
Promotor: M. Ubbink, Co-promotor: G. Siegal
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Magnetic resonance force microscopy for condensed matter
In this thesis, we show how MRFM can usefully contribute to the field of condensed-matter.
cytochrome P450cam-putidaredoxin complex determined by paramagnetic NMR spectroscopy and crystallography
Promotor: Prof.dr. M. Ubbink
Non-target effects of GM potato: an eco-metabolomics approach
Promotors: Prof.dr. P.G.L. Klinkhamer, Prof.dr. P.M. Brakefield
Metabolomic characteristics of Catharanthus roseus plants in time and space
Promotor: Prof.dr. R. Verpoorte, Co-promotores: Dr. Y.H.Choi, N.R. Mustafa
Nuclear magnetic resonance force microscopy at millikelvin temperatures
Promotor: T.H. Oosterkamp
Discovery of novel Antibiotics from Actinomycetes by Integrated Metabolomics & Genomics Approaches
Promotor: G.P. van Wezel, Co-promotor: Y.H. Choi
MRI Machine at the Nanoscale Breaks World Records
A new NMR microscope gives researchers an improved instrument to study fundamental physical processes. It also offers new possibilities for medical science, for example to better study proteins in Alzheimer patients’ brains. Publication in Physical Review Applied.
Anthe Janssen receives Unilever Research Prize 2014
Anthe Janssen graduated ‘summa cum laude’ for the master’s programme Chemistry.He used NMR methods to gain insight in the syntheses and behavior of bio sugars. With this knowledge future therapeutics and research tools in hemical and medicinal biology can be developed. Anthe was awarded € 2.500.
First step in converting solar energy using ‘artificial leaf’
Two things are needed to produce fuel from sunlight: an antenna that harvests light, and a light-driven catalyst. The most efficient antennae contain bacteria. An international team headed by Huub de Groot imitated them and discovered how they function.
Photosynthesis works with valves
Photosynthesis is the origin of life on earth, but it is a phenomenon that is still barely understood. Take, for example, the extremely efficient mechanism of electron transport. Leiden researchers demonstrate for the first time where one particular cause of this might be found.
Mechanism MRI amplifying agents explored
Special amplifying agents can make MRI scanners and NMR techniques hundreds of times more sensitive. Leiden physicists have now found a method to test their efficiency. More sensitive MRI scans could for example improve our understanding of cystic fibrosis or Parkinson’s disease. Publication in PCCP