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Centers
Biomass Structure and Function (CCRC-BESC)
DOE Bioenergy Science Center (BESC)
DOE Center for Plant and Microbial Complex Carbohydrate
GLYCAM/AMBER Modeling Tools for Glycoscience
NIH Integrated Technology Resource for Biomedical Glycomics
NIH Research Resource for Integrated Glycotechnology
Monoclonal Antibodies for Plant Cells Walls
Plant Cell Walls - Structure and Function
Southeast Collaboratory for Biomolecular NMR

Federally funded Centers and Resources at the CCRC:

The DOE Center for Plant and Microbial Complex Carbohydrate
A resource for the study of plant and microbial carbohydrates

The NIH Integrated Technology Resource for Biomedical Glycomics
Develops and implements new technologies to investigate the Glycome of cells

The NIH Research Resource for Integrated Glycotechnology
Studies the molecular basis of the involvement of carbohydrates in protein-carbohydrate interactions

The Southeast Collaboratory for Biomolecular NMR
A resource for high-field (21.1 Tesla) NMR spectroscopy

These internationally renowned centers are national resources for studies of complex carbohydrates from plants, microbes, and animals. In addition the CCRC is also home to major funding initiatives in:

Biomass and Bioenergy
A group of CCRC researchers who study plant biomass formation and structure as part of the DOE Bioenergy Science Center (BESC)

GLYCAM/AMBER
A tool to probe the interatomic interactions responsible for oligosaccharide and glycoprotein dynamics

Monoclonal Antibodies for Plant Cell Walls
An initiative to develop a monoclonal antibody toolkit to aid in studying the role of the cell wall in plant growth and development

Plant Cell Walls
A group of CCRC researchers who study diverse aspects of plant cell walls

The members of each Federal Center and each research initiative interact closely with one another to take advantage of the wide experience in all aspects of complex carbohydrate science available at the CCRC.

Additional information on the Research Centers and Research Initiatives can be obtained by following the links in the left column.