Biophysics Core Facility (BCF)

Biophysics Core Facility assists NIH investigators in measuring molecular interactions and in characterizing macromolecular properties. This includes binding studies of proteins, DNA, RNA, and their ligands in buffers, cell lysate, plasma, and other media. We also comprehensively characterize macromolecular properties, including the analysis of viruses, lipid particles, exosomes, oligomers, and other biomolecules.

About the Biophysics Core

What we do and how to work with us. The BCF staff, publications, and contact information.

Biophysics Core Technologies

See the Instrumentation available in the BCF and explore its capabilities and applications.

Biophysics Core Services

Learn about the research capabilities of the BCF. Explore the training opportunities, research assistance, and consultations we provide.