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Additional resources for BALM - School of Biosciences

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Additional resources for Birmingham Advanced Light Microscopy, including off-campus resources and microscopy software - School of Biosciences

Advanced Mass Spectrometry Facilities and Applications - School of Biosciences - University of Birmingham

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The Advanced Mass Spectrometry Facility in the School of Biosciences at the University of Birmingham combines state-of-the-art instrumentation with world-class expertise for biomolecular analysis.

Advanced Mass Spectrometry Facility - School of Biosciences

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The Advanced Mass Spectrometry facility boasts a Triple Quadrupole mass spectrometer as well as a high resolution FT-ICR, the highest performance mass spectrometry technique available.These techniques offer unrivalled resolution and mass accuracy. The FT-ICR facility here also offers unique techniques for ion manipulation and fragmentation thus providing structural information.The facility can undertake a range of analytical services including analysis of: Complex mixtures, Elemental composition, Molecular weight, Standard mass, Species identification, De novo sequencing of peptides, Protein interactions, Secondary structure, Post transcriptional modification

Advanced Respiratory Care

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This one day course, suitable for respiratory nurses and physiotherapists, community matrons and GPs with an interest in respiratory medicine, follows on from 'An Update in Respiratory Disease' and aims to provide basic knowledge of more complex respiratory problems encountered in primary care. This includes pulmonary fibrosis, respiratory failure and obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA). The day will comprise a mixture of lectures and hands-on sessions with relevant equipment, such as oxygen concentrators and non-invasive ventilation (NIV) machines.

Advisors

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Page listing advisors for the Biomolecular NMR Facility at the University of Birmingham.

Agreement

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AGreement for users of the NMR facility at the University of Birmingham.

Aims

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Aims of the biomolecular NMR facility at the University of Birmingham.
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