Bruker launches nuclear MR spectroscopy tools

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers

April 30, 2018 -- MRI developer Bruker has introduced new nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy tools at the Experimental Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Conference in Santa Fe, NM.

New offerings include the company's Avance Neo NanoBay, which features dual-channel transmit and dual-receive capabilities to support routine 300- and 400-MHz NMR spectroscopy. The company is also launching a 1-GHz NMR Txo CryoProbe, which allows for direct detection of nitrogen-15 (N-15) resonance signals on GHz nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometers, as well as the Biosolids CryoProbe, which helps users investigate biological solids, such as membrane proteins or disease aggregates, at physiological temperatures, according to the firm.

Finally, the company has expanded its line of dynamic nuclear polarization (DNP) NMR systems to include a 263-GHz klystron microwave source for materials research at 400 MHz, along with a 593-GHz gyrotron microwave source for high-field 900-MHz DNP NMR for biological research, Bruker said.


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