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The CCRC building

Research Facilities at the Complex Carbohydrate Research Center (CCRC)

The Complex Carbohydrate Research Center (CCRC) is home to 15 interdisciplinary research groups. The CCRC occupies a ~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, both within the center and with scientists elsewhere.

This state-of-the-art facility contains 32 1,200-sq.-ft. research laboratories; a 260-seat auditorium; a 1,600 sq.-ft. teaching laboratory; multiple rooms for chromatography; and specialized rooms for synthetic chemistry, mass spectrometers, and NMR spectrometers (300-, 500-, 600-, 800- and 900-MHz instruments). The CCRC also contains facilities for plant and animal cell culture, an animal holding facility, a computer center and specialized computer graphics facilities, a library, and rooms to house other widely-used, shared equipment. The building contains a state-of-the-art fiber optic network. The CCRC's 4,000-sq.-ft. greenhouse is located nearby.

The CCRC is home to:

The DOE Center for Plant and Microbial Complex Carbohydrates

A Plant Cell Wall Group

The NIH Resource for Integrated Glycotechnology

The NIH Integrated Technology Resource for Biomedical Glycomics

Southeast Collaboratory for Biomolecular NMR

Research Facilities at the Monoclonal Antibody Facility (College of Veterinary Medicine)

The monoclonal antibody facility contains two cell culture laboratories, a support laboratory, office, and administrative space.

If you require more information please visit the Monoclonal Antibody facility web site

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