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700 MHz NMR Spectrometer

A state-of-the-art instrument for proteins and nucleic acids 

700150X200The 700 MHz NMR spectrometer, acquired in 2010, is composed of a 16.4T superconducting magnet, a quadruple resonance (1H/13C/15N/31P) cryoprobe with z-gradients and a Bruker Avance III console.

The SampleJet accessory can handle large numbers of samples in up to 49 individual tubes and five 96-well plates containing tubes of any diameter (≤ 5 mm) - the spectrometer can therefore be used for automated medium-throughput approaches such as fragment-based screening that will permit multi-dimensional experiments involving 31P, in addition to 13C and 15N, opening up new possibilities for the study of nucleic acids.



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