Bruker 600 MHz Spectrometer (Cogswell)
The 600 MHz NMR standard-bore spectrometer in Cogswell 216 is ideally suited for high-throughput automated sample handing such as in drug screening, protein expression/condition optimization, and metabonomic applications. The system is equipped with a 5 RF channel AVIII console, a 60 position sample changer and with a 1.7mm TCI microcryoprobe (35ul/70-100ug sample) installed by default that once loaded, data acquisition can be fully automated with auto load, auto lock, auto tune, and auto run. These additional probes are also available
- 5mm TCI HCND cryoprobe with z- axis gradients
- 1mm TXI microprobe (10ul/30ug sample)
- 5mm TXI HCND RT probe with triple-axis gradients
Optimized parameter sets are available to users for primary and full 3D structure determination and dynamics analysis of small molecules and biomolecules, quantitative NMR, drug screening, metabonomics, diffusion analysis, and more with many options for employing powerful solvent suppression and signal selection schemes.
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Valid through July 31, 2022. Rates are hourly unless specified otherwise and are subject to change without further notice.
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