Molecular structure and interaction analysis using nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR)
A tool combining different biophysical techniques for the discovery of new ligands that modulate protein-protein interactions.
ProteomeLab XL-1 (Beckman Coulter)
MicroCal iTC200 (Malvern)
Cary Eclipse Fluorescence Spectrophotometer (Agilent)
Spectropolarimeter J-810 (Jasco)
Other platforms and infrastructures available at the Institute
Preparation and observation of normal or tumor tissues in order to study their propertiesGenomics
Determining the genetic code and measuring gene expressionFlow Cytometry
Sorting and analysis of cell physical and molecular characteristicsProteomics
Identification and quantification of proteins based on their chemical compositionBioinformatics
Complex computer analysis of a large volume of data generated by researchBio-Imaging
State-of-the-art microscopy for researchDrug Discovery Unit
Conception, synthesis and discovery of new drugs
Platforms and infrastructures available outside of IRIC
Access to different biophysical resources (SEC-MALS, 700 MHz Bruker Avance NEO with cryo-probe, BioSAXS, ITC...)Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine Department QANUC
The Quebec/Eastern Canada High Field NMR Facility (QANUC) provides a 800 MHz Bruker Avance III with a TCI cryoprobe equipped with four channels (1H, 13C, 15N and 2H).Cryo EM
The Facility for Electron Microscopy Research (FEMR) is a world-class, open access electron microscopy facility at McGill University.
Software / resources available in the lab
NMR-related, NMR diffusion...