Core facilities – University of Copenhagen

Core facilities

The Department houses facilities within selected research areas. Our core facilities may be accessed by external researchers via a collaborative or fee-for-service basis.

 

NMR core facility

The Copenhagen Small-Molecule NMR Centre is a state-of-the-art facility for nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy. In-house expertise includes structural characterisation of small molecules, metabonomics, hyphenated NMR-techniques including high-resolution screening, and natural products research.

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Analytical core facility

The analytical core facility houses a range of instruments, enabling detailed characterisation of pure compounds as well as complex mixtures. Key capabilities include the use of advanced mass spectrometry techniques to characterise compounds with pharmaceutical applications.

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Other facilities

  • Chemistry laboratories
  • -Crtified laboratories for work with radio ligands, cell cultures, molecular biology and histology
  • Microscopy facilities, including confocal
  • In vitro and in vivo facilities for electrophysiology
  • In vivo pharmacology research unit
  • Facilities for protein purification, crystallisation and X-ray crystallography
  • Extensive computing facilities.