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Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)

Spotlight on nuclear magnetic resonance: a timeless technique

Spotlight on nuclear magnetic resonance: a timeless technique

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Clemens Anklin gives a short history of the commercial and technical development of NMR. From the first measurement of nuclear spin in 1937 by Rabi and his 1943 Nobel Prize to recent developments in small NMR spectrometers and instrument company changes.

Bruker’s IVDr available for biobanking

Bruker’s established IVDr-by-NMR solution for phenomics research is now also being offered for biobanking applications to assess sample quality with rigorous SOPs. It can provide reliable, quantitative data on 150 metabolic biomarkers in urine in a single experiment under full automation, with high throughput and at low cost per sample.

Simplifying spectroscopic supplementary data collection

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Tony Davies and a number of others consider collecting supplementary spectroscopic data. Like Eurospec, the plan is to use such supplementary data not only to enhance the published paper, but also to aid thorough peer-review by allowing reviewers access to the full data rather than, as Tony puts it, “low-resolution images of data”. I’m sure you will be interested in a look at the future through this column.

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