Work Groups

The central topic of our chair is the structure based analysis of the functions and interactions of biological macromolecules in solution. Currently, nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is the only method of achieving detailed structure information of these molecules under approximate physiological conditions. In the past few years a considerable number of protein, DNA and RNA structures and correlating complexes have been enlightened with the help of multidimensional heteronuclear NMR methods. NMR spectroscopy is also a very effective method of examining protein to protein and protein to ligand interactions, dynamic procedures, folding processes and non crystallisable molecules.


NMR spectroscopy

  • Multidimensional NMR-spectroscopy
  • NMR-structure identification in solution
  • High pressure -NMR-spectroscopy
  • NMR supported pharmaceutical ingredient development
  • Solid state resonance
  • more...


Biochemistry und structural biology

  • Molecular biology
  • Protein biochemical Methods:
    of examining functional sub-units of Proteins
  • Biotechnology :
    cell-free synthesis of Proteins
    „Labeling of Proteins“ ( i.e. Isotope marking) for the
    examination of structure, dynamics und conformation




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30th Trinational Discussion Meeting
Magnetic Resonance in Biology and Chemistry

GDCH Magnetic Resonance Division
Place: Universität Regensburg, Germany
Date: September 22-25, 2008

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Diploma and Phd Theses in Physics, Biology, Chemistry and Bio-Chemistry are always available in our faculty. If you are interested please contact Prof. Kalbitzer and/or team or Secretary,
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