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Facilities
Quick facts:

32 1,200 sq.ft. research laboratories

A 1,600 sq.ft. teaching laboratory

A Mass spectrometry facility

A NMR spectroscopy facility

A computer center

Specialized labs for synthetic chemistry

Facilities for plant and animal cell culture

Multiple labs for HPLC

An animal holding facility

A 260-seat auditorium

A library

A fiber optic network

A 4,000-sq.ft. greenhouse

The CCRC occupies an 140,000 sq.ft. building specifically designed for the interdisciplinary and equipment-intensive nature of carbohydrate science.

The CCRC is organized to optimize cooperation and collaboration among disciplines (biomedical, plant and microbial glycosciences, synthetic and analytical chemistry) both within the CCRC and with scientists world-wide and to foster analytical service and training.

The CCRC NMR facility

The CCRC NMR facility has three high-field NMR spectrometers (500 and two 600-MHz), fully equipped for biomolecular studies of liquids and solids (500 only). In addition, the Georgia Research Alliance (GRA)- University of Georgia 800-MHz NMR spectrometer is located in the CCRC and is a regional resource for high-field NMR studies of biological macromolecules. The CCRC was one of the first institutions world-wide to receive a Varian Unity Inova 900-MHz spectrometer funded by the NIH and GRA. These higher field instruments are the centerpiece of the Southeast Collaboratory for Biomolecular NMR.

The Mass Spectrometry facility houses:

  • 8 Agilent GC-MS with EI source
  • 1 Waters Synapse Q-TOF Ion Mobility with ETD
  • 1 ABISciex 5800 MALDi-TOF-TOF
  • 1 Applied Biosystems 4700 MALDI-TOF-TOF Proteomics System
  • 1 Applied Biosystems Voyager DE-Pro (MALDI-TOF)
  • 1 Applied Biosystems 4000QTrap
  • 1 Thermo LCQ Advantage
  • 2 Thermo LTQ
  • 1 Thermo LTQ-XL-ETD
  • 1 Thermo LTQ-FT with IR-MPD
  • 1 Thermo LTQ-XL
  • 2 Thermo Orbi-LTQ Discovery
  • 1 Thermo Orbi-LTQ-XL MS/MS ETD Upgrade
  • 1 Bruker microflex LRF MALDI-TOF
  • 1 Bruker microflex linear MALDI-TOF
  • 1 Shimadzu Ultra CI GCMS mass select
  • 1 Shimadzu Nexera LCMS IT-TOF Metabolomics Profiler
  • 1 Micromass Q-TOF 2 electrospray ionization mass
  • The Computational Laboratory at the CCRC is equipped with:

  • 15 multi-core (32 or more) CPU nodes, with 64, 128 or 256 GB of RAM
  • 12 GPU nodes with a total of 48 GPUs ranging from m2070 to Titan Black
  • Firewalled gigabit network infrastructure
  • 54 TB of high-availability, centralized storage
  • 20 development and data analysis workstations, each with access to high-end graphics capabilities and at least 12 multi-threaded CPU cores
  • 3TB of redundant, off-site backup for critical data, 60plus TB of on-site backup space; 12plus TB for data archives - mirrored locally with copies stored off-site
  • Flexible, robust software infrastructure for development and testing
  • Access to the AMBER molecular modeling suite among many other software packages