At the Euromar 2022 Conference, Bruker announced three new customer orders for GHz systems, which will incorporate novel, compact 1.0 GHz NMR magnets for structural biology applications and clinical research in single-story laboratories. The new Ascend Evo 1.0 GHz NMR magnet, operating at 4.2 Kelvin, allows functional structural biology and clinical phenomics researchers to dive deeper into the structural details, binding and dynamics of molecular structures and complexes for fundamental cell biology and pathobiology research.
It complements Bruker’s Avance Neo 1.1 GHz and 1.2 GHz NMR systems with two-story 2 Kelvin magnets, which typically are used at shared national NMR facilities, such as the 1.2 GHz NMR at the Dutch Ultra-high Field Magnetic Resonance Consortium, operating at Utrecht University. A first new 1.0 GHz NMR order comes from the RIKEN Center for Biosystems Dynamics Research in Yokohama, Japan. The RIKEN team under Dr. Ichio Shimada will use GHz NMR to study dynamical structures of biomolecules in solution and to investigate the relationships between dynamical structures and biological function or pathobiology.
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