Built for advanced research. And effective collaboration.
IBBR programs access a broad set of research capabilities and a suite of core facilities, located within IBBR Shady Grove and IBBR College Park, that provide access to trailblazing technology for basic and translational research.
- NMRPipe - NMRPipe is a UNIX-based collection of programs and scripts for manipulating multidimensional Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) data. NMRPipe has its genesis as a spectral processing engine, and over the years has been augmented with a variety of facilities for spectral analysis and quantification, extraction of structural information from NMR data, and manipulation of molecular structures. The use of NMRPipe is noted in roughly 40% of all NMR structures accepted into the Protein Data Bank (PDB).
- Structure Determination and Biophysical Measurement via Cryo-Electron Microscopy, NMR, SAXS, and Mass Spectrometry
- Computational Modeling, Simulation and Software Development
- Cell Imaging
- Plant Growth
- Insect Transformation
- Biomolecular Labeling