Biomolecular NMR

Other Biomolecular NMR

Use of Reverse Micelles to Study Protein and Nucleic Acids

NMR spectroscopy of encapsulated proteins dissolved in low-viscosity fluids is emerging as a powerful supplement to traditional solution NMR approaches. 


  • Use of Reverse Micelles to Study Protein and Nucleic Acids
  • Choline-O-Sulfate

CIL offers a number of reagents that are helpful for NMR investigations of biological systems. These reagents include deuterated buffers and reducing agents, 17O-enriched water, glycerol (12C,D8) for low-temperature DNP, and deuterated alkanes for reverse micelles.

Kevin Millis, PhD

Kevin Millis, PhD

Senior Scientist, Application Development Manager

Kevin Millis, PhD, is the Senior Scientist and Market Development Manager for all NMR and Mass Spectrometry product lines. Kevin is responsible for Technical Services both internally and externally for all CIL customers as well as being responsible for the application and market development for the CIL products.

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