NMR relies on the detection of signals arising from nuclear spin transitions and thus provides information at the atomic level. It allows three-dimensional structural and dynamic information to be obtained in conditions as close as possible to physiological ones. It allows functional processes to be followed, even in living cells, and can investigate transient and weak protein-protein interactions.

Electron Paramagnetic Resonance

Measuring the absorption of electromagnetic radiation

Fast field cycling relaxometry

Providing structural and dynamic information by measuring nuclear relaxation rates

Solid State NMR

Structure and dynamics of bio-solids

Solution NMR

Indispensable for characterizing structures, interactions, and functional processes