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Analytical Ultracentrifugation (AUC)

Study the size and shape of macromolecules in solution to facilitate structural determination of large proteins

Bacterial expression

Production of recombinant proteins and protein complexes in bacterial hosts

Baculovirus expression

Recombinant expression of proteins and their complexes using the baculovirus/insect cell expression system (BEVS)

Biobank sample

Biological samples and associated information


Design of databases and computational algorithms to analyse biological data


Capillary Differential Scanning Calorimeter and Isothermal Titration Calorimeter are instruments generally used in structural biology to charcterize the purified protein samples thermodynamically.

Cell-free Expression

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Circular dichroism (CD)

Circular Dichroism

Computational software

Access to software for data analysis, organisation and interpretation.


A fully automated crystallisation pipeline to achive high-throughput with short crystallisation plate processing times, high reproducibility, and increased efficiency of the screening process.

Electron microscopy

Studying biological structures with magnifications of up to 10,000,000x

Electron Paramagnetic Resonance

Measuring the absorption of electromagnetic radiation

Fast field cycling relaxometry

Providing structural and dynamic information by measuring nuclear relaxation rates

Image Processing

Image Processing Resource for Electron and X-ray Microscopy

In-house X-ray source

Micro-focus rotating anode X-ray generators equipped with CCD camera or image plate detector are typically used as in-house X-ray source for protein crystallography.

Ion Mobility Mass Spectrometry

Simultaneous measurement of protein size and mass

Library Methods

Library methods for soluble expression of challenging proteins

Light microscopy

Studying biological macromolecules in the natural environment of a living cell

Multi Angle / Dynamic Light Scattering (MALS)

Detailed biophysical characterization of biomolecules in solution

Native Mass Spectrometry

Universal and sensitive determination of the quaternary organisation of macromolecular assemblies

Proteomic Mass Spectrometry

Identifying and quantifying cellular proteins

Purification: chromatographic system

Exploit differences in protein properties to isolate a single type of protein from a complex mixture

Purification: Lysis system

Extraction of endogenous or recombinant proteins and protein complexes from cells or tissues and their recovery in solution for further analysis

Small angle scattering

from biological macromolecules in solution

Solid State NMR

Structure and dynamics of bio-solids

Solution NMR

Indispensable for characterizing structures, interactions, and functional processes

Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR)

Highly sensitive analysis of binding phenomena in real-time without the need for labeling or size limitations

Thermal shift assay

Study the thermal stability of proteins and investigate buffer conditions, ligands, cofactors and drugs affecting this stability to rapidly identify promising protein formulation and complexes for further structural characterization

X-ray crystallography beamline

3D images of molecules at atomic scale for insights into molecular interactions and biological processes

Yeast expression

Yeast is an organism which is well-suited for the expression of recombinant proteins or the production of endogenous complexes