Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance & Biomolecular Section
Expanding the capabilities of experimental techniques for probing structural and physical properties of molecules with central roles in biology and human disease.
- Millisecond Time-Resolved Solid-State NMR Initiated by Rapid Inverse Temperature Jumps.
- Wilson CB, Tycko R.
- J Am Chem Soc (2022 Jun 8) 144:9920-9925. Abstract/Full Text
- Enhanced spatial resolution in magnetic resonance imaging by dynamic nuclear polarization at 5 K.
- Chen HY, Wilson CB, Tycko R.
- Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A (2022 May 31) 119:e2201644119. Abstract/Full Text
From top left: Hsueh-Ying Chen, Ph.D., Robert Tycko, Ph.D., Jaekyun Jeon, Ph.D., Wai-Ming Yau, Ph.D., Blake Wilson, Ph.D., Myungwoon Lee, Ph.D., Kent Thurber, Ph.D., Masato Kato, Ph.D.View Our Lab Members