University of Southern California

Research

Structural Biology

Nanobiophysics Core

The NanoBiophysics Facility provides researchers with resources to investigate the structure and interaction of biological and synthetic molecules, with emphasis on Nanoscience research. Equipment includes: a Biacore surface plasmon resonance T100; light scattering equipment, both dynamic and multiangle devices from Wyatt; a QuantaMaster 4 spectrofluorometer with near-IR capabilities and time-resolved accessory; an atomic force nanoscope IIIa; a synergy H4 hybrid multi-mode microplate reader; a CD spectrometer J-815; a MicroMax™-007 and two R-AXIS IV++ from Rigaku, X-ray generator/detector-Rigaku 007, protein crystal Screening Robot-Phenix, VP-ITC isothermal titration calorimeter and Crsytallization Robot (Crystal Gryphon).

University Park Campus
John Stauffer Science Lecture
835 Bloom Walk, SHS 163
Los Angeles, CA 90089-2910
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Structural Biology Center

Structural Biology Center @ Bridge (SBC@Bridge) would provide you all the necessary means required for structural determination of your protein of interest either soluble or membrane protein. Here at SBCB you have access to a world class facility and highly trained experts to assist you to achieve your goal.

SBC@Bridge can assist you in sample preparation, protein characterization, ligand search, crystallization, data collection and structural determination of your protein.

University Park Campus
3430 S Vermont Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90089
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