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Analytical Ultracentrifugation

The RASMB Analytical Ultracentrifugation Software Archive

Storrs 2006: 15th Annual Workshop on Analytical Ultracentrifugation at the University of Connecticut

UConn AUC Workshop Brochure and Application forms
DATES: Monday, May 22nd through Thursday, May 25th

London 2006: 15th International Symposium on Analytical Ultracentrifugation

University College, London, (England)
Workshop – 4th & 5th of April 2006
Symposium – 6th & 7th of April 2006
RASMB 2006 Gordon Conference

EPFL-Lausanne Switzerland

“Advances in Analytical Ultracentrifugation and Hydrodynamics”,
Euroconference and Course held in Autrans (France) in June 2002
The 6th UK Analytical Ultracentrifuge Users’ Group Meeting. – HYDRO 2000

XL-A Literature References [prior to Oct 1996]

Jack Correia’s Analytical Ultracentrifuge Facility

The Analytical Ultracentrifuge Facility is located in the laboratory of Dr. Jack Correia, Department of Biochemistry, Jackson, MS. The facility includes a Beckman XLA Analytical Ultracentrifuge equipped with absorption optics.
Home of Peter Schuck’s SEDFIT and SEDPHAT Programs

Software for the analysis of analytical ultracentrifugation and other hydrodynamic data
National Analytical Ultracentrifugation Facility, Storrs, CT

This group has been devoted to the development of analytical ultracentrifugation and
its application to a wide range of basic and applied problems for well over a 30 years:
Facility established in 1988
Data Analysis and general purpose NONLIN fitting software

Center for Biomathematical Technology, Michael L. Johnson, Director

Equilibrium sedimentation data analysis software
by Dmitry B. Veprintsev, Nicholas W. Foster and Alan R. Fersht, FRS
at the MRC Centre for Protein Engineering, University of Cambidge, UK
Alliance Protein Laboratories

Protein biophysical characterization, protein purification, and protein stabilization.
John Philo’s Software Home Page

The Analytical Ultracentrifugation Research Laboratory at the BBRI.

Laboratory for Characterization of Biological Macromolecules
and Thermodynamics of Macromolecular Interactions
– Methods, Software and Optical System Development.
Dr. Walter Stafford, Director.
Time Derivative AUC Tutorial

SEDANAL- software for the analysis of interacting and non-interacting systems by velocity and equilibrium sedimentation.
Join the SEDANAL email forum
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The Center to Advance Molecular Interaction Sciences at the University of New Hampshire

A resource serving academia and the pharmaceutical, biotechnology,
and material science industries. Dr. Tom Laue, Director.

Biomolecular Interaction Technologies Center,
An NSF Industry/University Cooperative Research Center designed to
help the pharmaceutical and instrumentation industries provide advanced
instruments and methods for characterizing molecular interaction. BITC is
located at the University of New Hampshire
Dr. Tom Laue, Director.

Center for Analytical Ultracentrifugation of Macromolecular Assemblies at UTHSCSA
An institutional core facility in the Department of Biochemistry at
The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
serving UTHSCSA researchers with solution state analyses of macromolecules,
Dr. Borries Demeler, Director

UltraScan Software (Van Holde- Weischet Method)


NCMH, The UK National Centre for Macromolecular Hydrodynamics.

Facility for the characterisation of the sizes, shapes and interactions of
macro-molecules of biomedical and industrial importance
(proteins, polysaccharides, DNA, synthetic polymers etc.) in solution.
M.I.T. Biophysical Instrumentation Facility

The Analytical Ultracentrifuge

The Biophysical Instrumentation Facility houses instrumentation for aiding in the
elucidation of macromolecular structure.
The facility was established by Dr. Barbara Imperiali
Jose Garcia de la Torre’s site for hydrodynamic bead and shell modeling

HYDRO and SOLPRO Newsletter

HYDRO and SOLPRO software direct


Solution Interaction Analysis at BeckmanCoulter

Surface Plasmon Resonsance


David Myszka’s SPR site

last updated 13-November-2004