The laboratory was best equipped with instrumentation for automated parallel synthesis and highly sophisticated analysis. More than 120 PhD students received their doctoral degree in natural sciences after having performed their experimental thesis in Prof. Jung’s laboratory.
The doctorands had access to multiple parallel synthesizers, HPLC-ES-MS and FT-Ion cyclotron-MS coupled to HPLC, NMR (600 MHz), FT-ATR-IR, IR-microscope, confocal laser microscope, fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (FCS), circular dichroism (CD), UV and Fluorescence, spectrometers, and modern chroma-tographic and electrophoretic equipments for peptide and protein purification including prep. HPLC-MS. Classical amino acid analyzer and protein sequencer as well as robotic systems for the laboratory and computer equipments could be used.
In research cooperations with the microbiology (Zähner, Fiedler, Götz) small and large fermenters were used. Special spectrometric surface analyses could be performed in joint research projects with the physicochemical department (Gauglitz, Göpel).